3 Africentric Math Cohort: first year update Leadershi Improving Student Achievement Equitable Education Inclusive Education Instruction and Leadership How are students enrolled in the Africentric Cohort at Auburn Drive High School feeling after their first year of their journey? Confident. Empowered. And PROUD! The 24 students who make up the cohort – the first of its kind in Nova Scotia – have also become teachers of their own history. Back in November, they attended the Black Brilliance Conference in Toronto. That’s where they met students enrolled in Africentric programs at Downsview and Winston Churchill Schools in Toronto. In May, the Toronto students traveled to Cole Harbour, specifically to learn about African Nova Scotian history from Auburn students themselves! Learn more in this video. Did You Know? We’re GROWING! HRCE is projecting enrollment growth of 600 students for September 2019! We are also opening Pre-Primary in 25 new schools! “Our students had an adventure of a lifetime that has allowed them to see and experience a most valuable aspect of Canadian history. A special thank you to the amazing Auburn students who so proudly showcased their rich African Nova Scotian history.” - Principal,Winston Churchill School