Miramichi Valley High School

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Miramichi Valley High School (MVHS)
Miramichi Valley High School logo.jpg
345 Mckenna Avenue
Miramichi, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, E1V 3S9
Coordinates 47°00′24″N 65°34′58″W / 47.0068°N 65.58289°W / 47.0068; -65.58289Coordinates: 47°00′24″N 65°34′58″W / 47.0068°N 65.58289°W / 47.0068; -65.58289
School type high school
School district Anglophone North[1]
Superintendent Carl Carter[2]
Principal Shawn Wood
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 900
Language English
French immersion
Area Miramichi, New Brunswick
Colour(s) Blue and Gold
Mascot Pulamoo
Team name Pulamoo
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Miramichi Valley High School is one of two public, English language high schools in the city of Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada.[4] It serves principally residents from the north side of the Miramichi River, both from the city of Miramichi, and smaller communities distributed from Tabusintac in the east, to Upper Blackville in the west. The school opened its doors in January 1972 to students in grades 10-12, with Charles Hubbard as principal. In 1994 grade 9 classes were added. The school's mascot is Samoo the Pulamoo a boxing Salmon.

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