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Harrison Trimble High School

Welcome to Harrison Trimble High School

On behalf of the staff, we would like to welcome each of you to Harrison Trimble High School. H.T.H.S. opened in 1961 and continues to strive to meet the needs of our 21st century learners. Our school staff is here to lead and guide you through your educational journey and to provide the necessary skills for you to be a lifelong learner.  Harrison Trimble High School has achieved a high standard in both academic and interscholastic activities, but we are most noted for our community involvement and school spirit. Students are encouraged to get involved in all aspects of school life and, in doing so, we are confident that you will find success and will strive to do your best to bring further pride to your school and to yourself. 
H.T.H.S., the home of the Trojans is located in the heart of Moncton, New Brunswick. It currently is the home to over 800 students and is one of five high schools operating in the Anglophone East School District. H.T.H.S. is know for its strong academic, athletics and extra-curricular involvement in and around the school and community. We welcome you to our homepage, where you should find everything a parent, student, prospective student, alumni or community member will need to know about our school. We also welcome feedback, so please never hesitate to contact us.​​

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Join us Wednesday to support Harrison Trimble High School's Trojan Trek. Check out the details!

What is Trojan Trek? Trojan Trek is an annual event involving students from Harrison Trimble High School collecting donations for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Moncton Hospital.

When is the Trojan Trek Walk? Although students have already started soliciting donations from the public, the actual walk from Harrison Trimble High School to TMH will be on Wednesday, October 26th. The students leave the school at 10:45am and should arrive at the front of the Ambulatory Care Centre between 11-11:15AM.

Why should I go greet them?  Since these amazing students have raised close to $190,000 for the NNICU over the years, we want to show more than ever how much we support them for their spirit and effort. This is a great chance to cheer the students on and give them a pat on the back for doing such great work for the youngest members of our community!

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