Seabird Island Community School, British Columbia
Seabird Island School’s mission is to provide a supportive and culturally relevant learning environment with a commitment to student success and well-being. Located in Agassiz, British Columbia, the school has 225 students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 and all teaching staff are certified with the B.C. College of Teachers.
Chief Beardy Memorial Elementary School, Saskatchewan
Chief Beardy Memorial Elementary School is a Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 4 Elementary School with approximately 160 students. Students receive programming in the Cree Language as well as the other required subjects. Chief Beardy Memorial Elementary School employs a staff of 34.
Moosomin First Nation School, Saskatchewan
Moosomin First Nation School is located at Moosomin First Nation, 40 kilometres north of North Battleford, Saskatchewan. We are a Cree community with many local people who practice the cultural ways and traditions. With 250 students and 32 staff, the school offers a full time Pre-Kindergarten program up to Grade 9.
Chiila Elementary School, Alberta
Chiila Elementary is located on the Tsuut’ina First Nation, Alberta and has been open for 25 years since 1993. A community-based school with a mission to offer Alberta Education Curriculum as well as integrate Tsuut’ina language and culture, Chiila Elementary has a steady number of enrolments each year, and recently the school was approved for a 6 classroom expansion.
L'nu Sipuk Kina'muokuom (LSK), Nova Scotia
L’nu Sipuk Kina’muokuom (Indian Brook “House of Learning”) opened its doors in 2008 and offers a K4 to 12 programming with a curriculum equivalent to the province. LSK is a community-based school that incorporates culturally sensitive material. Staff share an educational philosophy which involves nurturing and educating the whole child.
Mah-Sos School, New Brunswick
Mah-Sos School has been operating in Tobique First Nation for over 40 years and in 2012, Tobique First Nation opened the doors to a brand new Mah-Sos School. The school offers the New Brunswick provincially based curriculum for all grade levels from K-4 to Grade 5 and includes a Wolastoq/Maliseet culture curriculum.