Musquodoboit Rural High School

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Musquodoboit Rural High School
Musquodoboit Rural High School - logo.jpg
11980 Highway 224
Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia
Coordinates 45°03′09″N 63°08′01″W / 45.0524°N 63.1336°W / 45.0524; -63.1336Coordinates: 45°03′09″N 63°08′01″W / 45.0524°N 63.1336°W / 45.0524; -63.1336
Type High School
Motto none
Established 1951
Principal Ronnie Reynolds
Grades 7–12
Enrollment 308 (2011)
Color(s) Black and Gold         
Mascot Mustang

Musquodoboit Rural High School, is a public secondary school in Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia.[1][2] It holds grades 7–12. It was founded in 1951 with a new school building that opened in 2008. MRHS is a predominantly English school, however, it offers an Integrated French Program. Their team name is the Mustangs and their colours are gold and black. It is the second smallest high school in the HRM due to the small population of the area. They are a Bully Aware school and are also scent and peanut aware. They have clubs and teams such as Student Council, GSA (Gay Straight Alliance), Track and Field, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Band Programs, School Musicals, Mathematics Contests, Yearbook Committee, Graduation Committee, Prom Committee, Fundraising Committee, Change a Life Group, We Day Committee, Magic The Gathering Club.

Musquodoboit Rural High School has three feeder schools, those of which are Upper Musquodoboit Consolidated School, Dutch Settlement Elementary School, and Musquodoboit Valley Education Centre.


  1. ^ "School Finder". Retrieved 2012-09-15. 
  2. ^ "Musquodoboit Rural High School". Retrieved 2012-09-15. 

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