The Academic Supervisor for Quebec Curriculum is Bernard Beaudin.
Born in northern New Brunswick, Bernard obtained his Master's Degree in Education, majoring in Physics and Mathematics, from l'Université de Moncton. He moved to Prince Edward Island, where he lived for 13 years, to work as a teacher, vice-principal, and principal at the École Évangéline. He later moved to Saint John, New Brunswick, and spent 19 years at the Centre scolaire communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain as principal and teacher.
During his career, Bernard continually encouraged his students to perform over and above their potential. He was awarded the prestigious Hilroy Award for his outstanding innovation in computer science.
Throughout his career, Bernard was involved and interested in sports. He played senior hockey both in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.