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The La Croix Maingot Combined School is located in La Croix Maingot, a sub rural community which is approximately eight miles from the capital city. The school was built in 1982/83 by Leon Hess as part of the post Hurricane Allen rehabilitation effort. The school is called a combined school because it houses both an infant and primary department which is managed by one principal.
The majority of the students who attend the La Croix Maingot Combined School (approximately 95%) originate from the community of La Croix Maingot, Barre St. Joseph, Marigot, Roseau, Coolie Town, Jacmel and Barre Denis. Less than one percent of the students come from communities outside of the Castries South and Castries South East basin.