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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.