Located in Inverness, Nova Scotia; Inverness Education Centre Academy opened its doors in September of 1992, under the name of Inverness Junior/Senior High School. Originally it was designed as a grade 7-12 building, then, with time and a change in name, it transformed into the present day P-12 school. Despite its many changes throughout the years, it has been, and will continue to be the mission of the school to foster the development of students who will be caring, informed, responsible, and positively contributing citizens.
59 Veterans Memorial Court
Inverness, NS B0E 1N0, Canada
Tel: (902) 258-3700
Fax: (902) 258-3899
Principal: Carol Smith
Vice Principal: Lisa MacEachern
Guidance: Vince Jessome
Secretarial: Deniese MacEachen
We welcome visitors to our building, however, all visitors, parents included, must report to the office upon arrival. Parents/Guardians are not permitted to go to individual classes/sections of the building without permission from the office. All visitors must obtain a visitor pass from the office before entering the classroom area.
Scent, Nut, Sesame, Kiwi, and Shellfish Aware School
Reminder that IECA has a number of students and staff with allergies and sensitivities. All staff, students and visitors are asked to refrain from taking any of these products into our building.
In an attempt to reduce the number of paper notices, schedules, and newsletters we will be going digital, as much as possible, at IECA. Please look to our website for all school related news and information - http://ieca.srsb.ca/ If you do not have access to the internet please call the school and we will be happy to send hard copies home. Newsletters will be available on the first of each month during the school year.
Volunteers in Our School
Volunteerism has a positive impact on the school environment. In accordance with Board procedures and provincial requirements on Volunteers in the School, a Child Abuse
Register Check and Vulnerable Sector Check (formerly a Criminal Record Check) are a mandatory requirement of the screening process. You are encouraged to contact the school if you are interested in volunteering your services.
The Strait Regional School Board recognizes the value of curriculum-based events, field trips, tours and sports trips and encourages schools to consider these experiences as an important part of enriching student learning and instruction. If you are interested in helping with student travel please refer to Student Travel Policy IV-B-6 and supporting procedures, PRO IV-B-6 or call the school.
We are very pleased that our breakfast program will begin on Wednesday, September 6, 2017. Thank you to our dedicated volunteers!
A new Strait Up communication site has been developed for parents and students. Please go to our website or to the Strait Regional School Board site to locate Strait Up. The tab is located on the bottom each home page.