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King's-Edgehill School is a private boarding school in Windsor, Nova Scotia. The school offers programs for grades 6 to 12 with enrolment of 140 day students and 220 boarding students. King's-Edgehill School has an average class size of 15 students and is the oldest private school in Canada founded in 1788.
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At the Regionals in New Ross, Lawrencetown dropped Weymouth 77-71, before edging out Lockeport 49-45 in the championship game. At the Provincials in River Hebert, the lads from L.C.S. managed to defeat Kings-Edgehill in the opener to pit them against the host team in the final. Facing a deficit in the score at half-time, the Lancers clawed ...
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King's-Edgehill School is the oldest independent school in Canada, and was founded as King's Collegiate by United Empire Loyalists in 1788. It was given royal assent by King George III the following year, the first instance that honour was bestowed outside Britain.