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École Sainte-Anne is located in Fredericton, which is the capital of a bilingual province, and is a francophone school to boot. Even the English population refers to it as "Ecole Sainte Anne" (poorly pronounced, of course), not a translation (such as Saint Anne's School). So I have moved the actual content to an appropriately titled article, even though it isn't English. Mr. Cat 04:16, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
Yes i agree with your editing of the title. I am a graduate of ESA, class of 2004. And I have also added a few short sentences about the school's history as translated from District scolaire 1's website. (what students of École Sainte-Anne call the school when they speak) --Dreunit1986 23:47, 10 December 2006 (UTC)