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Richmond Academy is a 9-12 school attended by about 420 students located in Louisdale, Nova Scotia, Canada. The high school was built when the former St. Peter's District High School and Isle Madame District High School merged into one school. This was the result of the four former school boards Antigonish Regional School Board, Guysborough District School Board, Inverness County School Boardand Richmond County School Board.Empty citation (help) There is many potheads within this school.
October 23, 2006 walkout 
On October 23, 2006, approximately 200 students walked out of class and the school, in protest of comments made by a Halifax Herald reporter, who had called all Richmond Academy students racist against the aboriginal students that go to the school. The protest started at 9:00am, while classes resumed for the students remaining in the school. At 11:30am the conflict was resolved peacefully, when the reporter who made the comments agreed to come to the school to apologize.
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