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George Saunders Memorial School
Kischewaskahegan

Refers to the trading post at York Factory. "Kischo waskagan" means "the main house" in Cree.

George Saunders Memorial School

School Address:
P.O. Box 255 York Landing, MB R0B 2B0
Phone Number:
(204) 341-2118
Fax Number:
(204) 341-2235
School Enrolment Numbers:
123
Website:
n/a

George Saunders Memorial School provides education from Nursery to Grade 8 to approximately 120 students. The school offers high quality education to the York Factory Cree Nation. Students, parents, teachers and support staff are all part of the school’s teaching and learning team. The school’s mission is to provide the best education possible, in a safe and caring environment, to prepare students for the future.

Chief Charles Audy Memorial School
Wuskwi Sipihk

Wusko is "birch" in Cree.

Chief Charles Audy Memorial School

School Address:
Box 307 Birch River, MB R0L 0E0
Phone Number:
(204) 236-4783
Fax Number:
(204) 236-4779
School Enrolment Numbers:
14
Website:
n/a

Chief Charles Thomas Audy Memorial School boasts 14 students from nursery to grade 8. Grades 9-12 are completed off reserve with students residing in private home placements to continue their education. The school is managed under the Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation Education Authority, which has an education board of five directors. Wuskwi Sipihk FN is a relatively small nation with vast traditional territory, and “it has become more and more important for us to pass on traditional knowledge to our youth.”

George Knott School

George Knott School

School Address:
Box 82 Wasagamack, MB R0B 1Z0
Phone Number:
(204) 457-2485
Fax Number:
(204) 457-2273
School Enrolment Numbers:
600+

George Knott School, of the Wasagamack First Nation, seeks to forge a promising path and build a place with no lack of opportunities for students so they will prosper. With over 600 students from nursery to Grade 12, the school has made traditional learning a part of the school curricula. The language and culture program includes a guidance program component that is inclusive of traditional values and Elders’ teachings within the classroom. The school is named after a former Chief, who was one of 11 families who formed Wasagamack First Nation.

Chief Clifford Lynxleg Anishinabe School
Tootinaowaziibeeng

"Valley River"

Chief Clifford Lynxleg Anishinabe School

School Address:
P.O. Box 1 Tootinaowaziibeeng, MB R0L 1W0
Phone Number:
(204) 546-2641
Fax Number:
204) 546-3120
School Enrolment Numbers:
82
Website:
n/a

“Our vision is to strive to achieve a healthy and proud community of students and staff by moving forward using the knowledge and teachings given to us by our ancestors and the Creator.” CCLA School is located on the Tootinaowaziibeeng First Nation and serves 82 students from Nursery to Grade 7. The school teaches all students to respect one another and work towards achieving a positive, strong community grounded in cultural heritage and respectful of traditions. Recent hi-lights for CCLAS include purchasing new playground and physical fitness equipment, as well as a new Smartboard for the library and Native Language classroom.

Chief Sam Cook Mahmuwee Education Centre
Tataskweyak

"The place of tall trees"

Chief Sam Cook Mahmuwee Education Centre

School Address:
Box 100 Split Lake, MB R0B 1P0
Phone Number:
(204) 342-2134
Fax Number:
(204) 342-2139
School Enrolment Numbers:
700+

On the Tataskweyak Cree Nation, a Kindergarten to Grade 12 School was opened in 1991. Chief Sam Cook Mahmuwee Education Centre helps students build a way of life that blends traditional and modern practices and values. The Cree language is taught, and field trips to traditional land use sites are common. It’s a specific vision of blending the old with the new in order for students to gain control of their lives and destiny with confidence and determination.

 

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Indian Springs School
Gaabiskigamaag

"The lake (Swan Lake) that is curved."

Indian Springs School

School Address:
Box 145 Swan Lake, MB R0G 2S0
Phone Number:
(204) 836-2332
Fax Number:
(204) 836-2317
School Enrolment Numbers:
77
Website:
n/a

The mission of Indian Springs School, along with the community of Swan Lake First Nation, is to promote high quality education by providing the necessary skills and tools for students to reach their highest potential, and face the challenges ahead. In doing so, the school is giving young people freedom of choice as to the quality of life they wish to maintain. The school’s staff is committed and dedicated to providing a rich, creative learning environment that is safe and caring for all students.

Southeast Collegiate

Southeast Collegiate

School Address:
1301 Lee Boulevard Winnipeg, MB R3T 5W8
Phone Number:
(204) 261-3551
Fax Number:
(204) 269-7880
School Enrolment Numbers:
135

Established in 1995, Southeast Collegiate is a school where First Nations youth can attain a good education in an environment that is culturally appropriate and sensitive to their needs. The school boasts 135 students from Grades 10-12, with a staff population of 18. The school strives to maintain a community of life-long learners who, upon graduation, can contribute positively on both local and global levels. Athletic programming is another major focus of SEC, with volleyball, basketball and other sporting events happening throughout the year.

 

St. Theresa Point Middle School

St. Theresa Point Middle School

School Address:
Box 520 St. Theresa Point, MB R0B 1J0
Phone Number:
(204) 462-2640
Fax Number:
(204) 462-2793
School Enrolment Numbers:
344

Serving Junior Kindergarten through to High School students, St. Theresa Point First Nation’s three schools strive to provide an environment that facilitates and promotes learning in a whole and balanced way. All schools on the First Nation work with various members of the community to empower students, and to preserve language and culture. Members of the schools and community believe that education is a partnership between parents, teachers, Elders and children.

St. Theresa Point High School

St. Theresa Point High School

School Address:
Box 520 St. Theresa Point, MB R0B 1J0
Phone Number:
(204) 462-2600
Fax Number:
(204) 462-2341
School Enrolment Numbers:
350

Serving Junior Kindergarten through to High School students, St. Theresa Point First Nation’s three schools strive to provide an environment that facilitates and promotes learning in a whole and balanced way. All schools on the First Nation work with various members of the community to empower students, and to preserve language and culture. Members of the schools and community believe that education is a partnership between parents, teachers, Elders and children.

St. Theresa Point Elementary School

St. Theresa Point Elementary School

School Address:
Box 520 St. Theresa Point, MB R0B 1J0
Phone Number:
(204) 462-9197
Fax Number:
(204) 462-9250
School Enrolment Numbers:
524

Serving Junior Kindergarten through to High School students, St. Theresa Point First Nation’s three schools strive to provide an environment that facilitates and promotes learning in a whole and balanced way. The schools sit side by side on the First Nation, and work with various members of the community to empower students, and to preserve language and culture. Members of the schools and community believe that education is a partnership between parents, teachers, Elders and children.

 

Sioux Valley High School
Wipazoka Wakpa

Saskatoon River: there are an abundance of Saskatoon bushes along the river.

Sioux Valley High School

School Address:
Box 99 Griswold, MB R0M 0S0
Phone Number:
(204) 729-2770
Fax Number:
(204) 727-2054
School Enrolment Numbers:
111

“We assert our sovereign rights, traditions, spiritual beliefs and faith in the Creator to protect, promote, preserve and maintain our distinct Dakota Oyate language, culture, and natural laws…” This mission is what the two schools of the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation work to teach their students. Sioux Valley High School boasts 111 students from 7-12. Sioux Valley School (Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi) is a N-6 school with 214 students. Both schools strive to build student capacity and success at all levels, and prepare young people for a strong and healthy future.

Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi – Sioux Valley School
Wipazoka Wakpa

Saskatoon River: there are an abundance of Saskatoon bushes along the river.

Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi – Sioux Valley School

School Address:
Box 99 Griswold,MB R0M 0S0
Phone Number:
(204) 855-2536
Fax Number:
(204) 855-3204
School Enrolment Numbers:
214

“We assert our sovereign rights, traditions, spiritual beliefs and faith in the Creator to protect, promote, preserve and maintain our distinct Dakota Oyate language, culture, and natural laws…” This mission is what the two schools of the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation work to teach their students. Tatiyopa Mazawayawa Tipi – Sioux Valley School is a N-6 school with 214 students. The Sioux Valley High School boasts 111 students from 7-12. Both schools strive to build student capacity and success at all levels, and prepare young people for a strong and healthy future.

Abraham Beardy Memorial School
Kisematawa

Where two rivers meet together.

Abraham Beardy Memorial School

School Address:
P.O. Box 240 Shamattawa, MB R0B 1K0
Phone Number:
(204) 565-2022
Fax Number:
(204) 565-2122
School Enrolment Numbers:
352
Website:
n/a

Shamattawa First Nation is located where God’s River and Echoing River meet in Northern Manitoba. The Abraham Beardy Memorial School has students from Nursery to Grade 12. The school believes that each child has a right to his/her culture, language and identity, and to a quality education that is appropriate to their needs. The school’s students are always at the centre of this belief through a “child first” commitment that is embraced by all. Approximately 350 students attend the school.

Peter Yassie Memorial School
Tes-He-Olie Twe

Ashes floating on the lake (Tadoule Lake). Sayisi Dene also refers to Eastern Dene.

Peter Yassie Memorial School

School Address:
Box 77 Tadoule Lake, MB R0B 2C0
Phone Number:
(204) 684-2279
Fax Number:
(204) 684-2130
School Enrolment Numbers:
70

“We want to encourage our youth that anything is possible if they put their minds and hearts to it, no matter what their endeavors are.”
Overseen by The Sayisi Dene First Nation, Peter Yassie Memorial School’s mission is two fold: for students to know and live their Dene Heritage, and for students to have the same educational programs, resources and opportunities as children anywhere in the province. The school serves approx. 70 students, and was named after a former Chief of the Sayisi Dene First Nation.

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Neil Dennis Kematch Memorial School
Sapotaweyak

Sapotawayak means "where the water or river runs through".

Neil Dennis Kematch Memorial School

School Address:
1565 William John Audy Dr. Pelican Rapids, MB R0L 1L0
Phone Number:
(204) 587-2045
Fax Number:
(204) 587-2341
School Enrolment Numbers:
337
Website:
www.ndkms.com

“Our Students – Shaping Our World” The Neil Dennis Kematch Memorial School, completed in 2007, is located on the Sapotaweyak Cree Nation. The school’s mission is to provide a quality education for all its 337, N-Grade 12 learners. Named after community member and former Education Director, Neil Dennis Kematch, the school strives to build on his legacy, by teaching students how he never gave up on his dream of creating a community-based education system.

 

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Isaac Beaulieu Memorial School
Gaawiikwedaawangaag

"Along the sandy shore"

Isaac Beaulieu Memorial School

School Address:
Box 108 Marius, MB R0H 0T0
Phone Number:
(204) 843-2431
Fax Number:
(204) 843-2269
School Enrolment Numbers:
937

Isaac Beaulieu Memorial School, a Nursery to Grade 12 School, was constructed in 1984 on the Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation for approx. 500 students. The school has since expanded to accommodate the growing student population of Sandy Bay, as well as its staff of 95. Today the school boasts close to 1,000 students. Communication between students, parents and the community is of the utmost importance, with a monthly newsletter posted online that details all the many happenings at the school.

Sagkeeng Consolidated School
Sagkeeng

"Mouth of the river"

Sagkeeng Consolidated School

School Address:
P.O. Box 5 Fort Alexander, MB R0E 0P0
Phone Number:
(204) 367-2588
Fax Number:
(204) 367-9231
School Enrolment Numbers:
335

Sagkeeng Consolidated School, on the Sagkeeng First Nation, is a place where students are encouraged to use their unique talents to grow as individuals and a community. Participation in extra-curricular activities such as sports, theatre and music is encouraged. Teachers create a comfortable, down-to-earth environment, while fostering respect.

Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School
Sagkeeng

"Mouth of the river"

Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School

School Address:
Box 1610 Pine Falls, MB R0E 1M0
Phone Number:
(204) 367-2243
Fax Number:
(204) 367-4566
School Enrolment Numbers:
216

Sagkeeng Anicinabe High School, on the Sagkeeng First Nation, is a place where students are encouraged to use their unique talents to grow as individuals and a community. Participation in extra-curricular activities such as lacrosse, basketball, theatre and music is encouraged. Teachers create a comfortable, down-to-earth environment, while fostering respect.

Sagkeeng Anicinabe Community School
Sagkeeng

"Mouth of the river"

Sagkeeng Anicinabe Community School

School Address:
Box 219 Pine Falls, MB R0E 1M0
Phone Number:
(204) 367-2588
Fax Number:
(204) 367-9231
School Enrolment Numbers:
200

Sagkeeng is comprised of Anicinabe people who have resided along the Winnipeg River and Traverse Bay since time immemorial. Sagkeeng Anicinabe Community School, one of three schools on the First Nation, is a place where students are encouraged to use their unique talents to grow as individuals and a community. Participation in extra-curricular activities such as sports and music is encouraged. Teachers create a comfortable, down-to-earth environment, while fostering respect.

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Ginew School
Okwewanishko Ziibiing

Ginew School

School Address:
P.O. Box 10 Ginew, MB R0A 2R0
Phone Number:
(204) 427-2490
Fax Number:
(204) 427-2398
School Enrolment Numbers:
118
Website:
n/a

Ginew School is on the Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation. The school maintains that by teaching students the beliefs that Anishinabe people have always held, the community with be strengthened for generations to come. It also strives to share its culture and teachings with neighbouring communities by hosting an annual “Gathering of Friends”. The school has a student population of 118, as well as 28 staff members.

Wapi-Penace School
Ditibineyaziibiing

Wapi-Penace School

School Address:
Box 588 Erickson, MB R0J 0P0
Phone Number:
(204) 636-7894
Fax Number:
(204) 636-2545
School Enrolment Numbers:
149

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Red Sucker Lake School

Red Sucker Lake School

School Address:
General Delivery Red Sucker Lake, MB R0B 1H0
Phone Number:
(204) 469-5302
Fax Number:
(204) 469-5436
School Enrolment Numbers:
400
Website:
n/a

The Red Sucker Lake Education Board administers the Red Sucker Lake School that offers nursery to Grade 12 to approximately 400 students, and is staffed by 25 classroom teachers. The school strives to “support and empower First Nations children and to restore sacred inherent values and practices that enrich family life.” The location of Red Sucker Lake First Nation is approximately 709 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg.

Poplar River Elementary School
Metisiziibiing

Poplar River Elementary School

School Address:
Box 120 Poplar River, MB R0B 0Z0
Phone Number:
(204) 244-2113
Fax Number:
(204) 244-2259
School Enrolment Numbers:
256
Website:
n/a

A primary objective of the Poplar River First Nation is to continue to develop and strengthen the education of all the students at Poplar River School. The school was built in 1981. The student population is 256 from Nursery to Grade 9, with a teaching staff of 12, including a native language teacher. There are also 15 educational assistants in the early, middle and senior year programs. Poplar River School seeks to build on each student’s strengths and open up opportunities for the future.

Pinaymootang School
Pinaymootang

Refers to the shape of the lake that resembles a bird.

Pinaymootang School

School Address:
717 School Road Fairford, MB R0C 0X0
Phone Number:
(204) 659-2045
Fax Number:
(204) 659-2270
School Enrolment Numbers:
306
Website:
n/a

On the Pinaymootang First Nation, children attend Pinaymootang School from Nursery to Grade 12. The school strives to create a safe and welcoming atmosphere for all students and staff, while teaching the importance of language, traditions and culture. In addition, the Pinaymootang First Nation continues to create opportunities for all its young people (such as the WinterFest and Treaty Days events, and with an arena for sports activities) so the community will continue to grow and thrive long into the future.

Peguis Central School
Peguis

Named after Chief Peguis.

Peguis Central School

School Address:
Box 670 Peguis, MB R0C 3J0
Phone Number:
(204) 645-2164
Fax Number:
(204) 645-2270
School Enrolment Numbers:
849

The mission of Peguis Central School is to educate all students by creating a caring partnership involving students, family, school, and community. The school strives to create opportunities for students to succeed, no matter what their learning style, and encourages students to think creatively to reach their greatest potential. Together with the Peguis School Board, Peguis Central School provides quality education in an atmosphere of mutual respect, which fosters high self-esteem in all.

Omiishosh Memorial School

Omiishosh Memorial School

School Address:
Box 31 Pauingassi, MB R0B 2G0
Phone Number:
(204) 397-2076
Fax Number:
(204) 397-2379
School Enrolment Numbers:
83
Website:
n/a

“The Creator gave us a responsibility to protect and care for the lands that have sustained us for thousands of years. It is also our responsibility as First Nations people to take care of our people and our traditions and culture.” This is the vision of Pauingassi First Nation, and it is what the Omiishosh Memorial School seeks to teach its 76 students. Pauingassi First Nation is committed to creating opportunities for its young people, so they can learn to balance their traditions and culture within a modern context. An example of this is the recent publication of the Pauingassi Lands Use Management Plan.

Oscar Lathlin Collegiate
Opaskwayak

Opas-kway-ow in Cree means the place where there is upward growth of trees/vegetation/brush.

Oscar Lathlin Collegiate

School Address:
P.O. Box 10400 Opaskwayak, MB R0B 2J0
Phone Number:
(204) 623-5259
Fax Number:
(204) 623-5361
School Enrolment Numbers:
501

In conjunction with the Opaskwayak Educational Authority, Oscar Lathlin Collegiate (OLC) seeks to deliver and support high quality education from Grade 7 to Grade 12. The staff teaches the provincially mandated curriculum along with many school initiated courses, which reflect the needs of the Swampy Cree people who live in and around the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. In doing so OLC hopes to promote and foster a re-awakening of cultural, spiritual and traditional knowledge that will enhance and support each student’s potential.

Joe A. Ross School
Opaskwayak

Opas-kway-ow in Cree means the place where there is upward growth of trees/vegetation/brush.

Joe A. Ross School

School Address:
P.O. Box 10160 Opaskwayak, MB R0B 2J0
Phone Number:
(204) 623-4286
Fax Number:
(204) 623-4442
School Enrolment Numbers:
528

From Pre-K to Grade 6, all students at Joe A. Ross School are taught their history, culture and language. The school’s 33 classroom teachers understand how important it is to have positive interactions with students, and allow children the opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback. As well, Joe A. Ross has created a strong and successful Cree Language Program. With the assistance of Elders, the school has incorporated traditional skills and local history into the program.

Donald Ahmo School
O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi

Ochichak is crane in Cree, and Sipi means river.

Donald Ahmo School

School Address:
Box 91 Crane River, MB R0L 0M0
Phone Number:
(204) 732-2548
Fax Number:
(204) 732-2753
School Enrolment Numbers:
109
Website:
n/a

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Petit Casimir Memorial School

Petit Casimir Memorial School

School Address:
Box 60 Lac Brochet, MB R0B 2E0
Phone Number:
(204) 337-2278
Fax Number:
(204) 337-2078
School Enrolment Numbers:
260

The mission of Petit Casimir Memorial School, of the Northlands Denesuline First Nation, is to provide all students with the highest standard of academic excellence and preparedness consistent with any other education system in the country. At the same time, to keep students engaged in exploring, enhancing and fully integrating Dene culture, heritage and language. The school offers Kindergarten to Grade 12 programs for approximately 250 students.

Otetiskiwin Kiskinwamahtowekamik
Nisichawayasihk

Where the three rivers (Footprint/Rat/Burntwood) meet.

Otetiskiwin Kiskinwamahtowekamik

School Address:
1 School Road Nelson House, MB R0B 1A0
Phone Number:
(204) 484-2242
Fax Number:
(204) 484-2002
School Enrolment Numbers:
718
Website:
www.nhea.info

“Our school is a community school. Our aim is to provide a warm, safe, loving, and caring environment for students.” Around 700 students from in and around Nelson House enroll at O.K. each year. The school offers N-8 programming that is consistent with First Nations traditions, laws, customs, culture and philosophy. The school works in partnership with parents and the wider community to provide students with a high standard of education. This inclusive approach helps students meet today’s challenges, and helps O.K. achieve its goals.

Nisichawayasihk Neyo Ohtinwak Collegiate
Nisichawayasihk

Where the three rivers (Footprint/Rat/Burntwood) meet.

Nisichawayasihk Neyo Ohtinwak Collegiate

School Address:
1A School Road Nelson House, MB R0B 1A0
Phone Number:
(204) 484-2602
Fax Number:
(204) 484-2612
School Enrolment Numbers:
262
Website:
www.nhea.info

N.N.O.C. Collegiate offers a range of programs for students in Grades 9 to 12, including a number of mature students. In conjunction with the Nisichawayasihk Education Authority and O.K. School, the Collegiate believes every student can learn and has the right to an education that not only recognizes their unique talents and strengths, but also provides a safe, caring and challenging educational environment. “We believe that the students must be the focus for learning.”

Sakastew School
Mathias Colomb

Named after the first Chief of the community.

Sakastew School

School Address:
Box 319 Pukatawagan, MB R0B 1G0
Phone Number:
(204) 553-2163
Fax Number:
(204) 553-2225
School Enrolment Numbers:
593
Website:
n/a

Sakastew School is located in Putakawagan on the Mathias Colomb Cree Nation in northern Manitoba. The school opened in 2000 and currently serves approx. 600 K-12 students. The school’s mission is to provide an exceptional education for all its students, in order to prepare them for a successful future. Staff are energetic and motivated, teaching provincial curriculum in a student-centered environment.

Amos Okemow Memorial School

Amos Okemow Memorial School

School Address:
P.O. Box 106 God's River, MB R0B 0N0
Phone Number:
(204) 366-2070
Fax Number:
(204) 366-2105
School Enrolment Numbers:
255
Website:
n/a

Manto Sipi Cree Nation is situated along the north shore of God’s Lake at the outlet to God’s River. On MSCN, Amos Okemow Memorial School serves 255 students from Nursery to Grade 11. The goal of the school is to, “provide for the healthy development of our students, promote cultural awareness, and assist in community development and the desire to learn.” The school also strives to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere in which students can grow and thrive.

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Long Plain School
Ginoshkodeyaang

Long Plain School

School Address:
Box 430 Portage La Prairie, MB R1N 3B7
Phone Number:
(204) 252-2326
Fax Number:
(204) 252-2786
School Enrolment Numbers:
200

Long Plain First Nation is located in the Central Plains region of Manitoba to the southwest of Portage La Prairie. Along with the Long Plain Educational Authority, Long Plain School works to create a healthy and challenging school system. This system is built on a foundation of First Nations values, beliefs, culture and traditions, and strives to create opportunities for the growth of all Long Plain’s students.

Little Saskatchewan H.A.G.M.E. School
Gaawiikwedaawangaag

It describes the shoreline as the community sits along Lake St. Martin.

Little Saskatchewan H.A.G.M.E. School

School Address:
Box 5050 Gypsumville, MB R0C 1J0
Phone Number:
(204) 659-2672
Fax Number:
(204) 659-5763
School Enrolment Numbers:
45
Website:
n/a

Little Saskatchewan H.A.G.M.E. School is on the Little Saskatchewan First Nation. This Kindergarten to Grade 9 school has faced much adversity due to flooding in its community, but it has never stopped supporting, encouraging and inspiring its students. One way it does this is with a strong, inventive science fair program; a program that has seen its students compete at a national level. As well, the school’s staff works tirelessly to ensure students are engaged and empowered, and that they transition smoothly to public school for Grades 10 – 12.

Abbalak Thunderswift Memorial School
Mishibowtik

Referred to as "Firewood rapids" because of Willow Island near this location. The willow was used to smoke meat.

Abbalak Thunderswift Memorial School

School Address:
Box 160 Little Grand Rapids, MB R0B 0V0
Phone Number:
(204) 397-2199
Fax Number:
(204) 397-2102
School Enrolment Numbers:
250
Website:
n/a

Little Grand Rapids First Nation is an Anishinaabe (Saulteaux/Ojibwe) First Nation located approximately 257 kms northeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The First Nation’s school, Abbalak Thunderswift Memorial School, serves 250 students from Nursery to Grade 9. The staff of 39 seeks to empower students to improve at all levels of education, and prepare them to achieve life-long success. An example of this is the school’s participation in a Start2Finish reading & running club.

Lake Manitoba School
Animoziibiing

Dog creek

Lake Manitoba School

School Address:
Box 1249 Lake Manitoba, MB R0C 3K0
Phone Number:
(204) 768-2728
Fax Number:
(204) 768-2194
School Enrolment Numbers:
212
Website:
n/a

Lake Manitoba School is a Nursery-Grade 8 school that boasts 212 students and a staff of 31. Despite facing hardships due to flooding in its community, the school continues to encourage its students to strive for success and pursue their dreams. The school teaches all students to respect one another and work hard towards achieving a positive, strong community.

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Lake St. Martin School

Lake St. Martin School

School Address:
1970 Ness Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3J 0Y9
Phone Number:
(204) 942-6742
Fax Number:
(204) 942-6759
School Enrolment Numbers:
131
Website:
n/a

The Lake St. Martin First Nation, located about 280 km north of Winnipeg, was evacuated in 2011 due to severe flooding. Since that time, around 120 students have been attending classes in Winnipeg. While the people of Lake St. Martin have faced much adversity, the school is committed to ensuring all their students receive a full education in a positive environment. With a staff population of 12, the school offers First Nations programming from Nursery to Grade 9, and has an especially successful science program.

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Lawrence Sinclair Memorial School
Kinonjeoshtegon

The head of a jackfish.

Lawrence Sinclair Memorial School

School Address:
Box 210 Dallas, MB R0C 0S0
Phone Number:
(204) 394-2429
Fax Number:
(204) 394-2431
School Enrolment Numbers:
55
Website:
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Lawrence Sinclair Memorial School is on the Kinonjeoshtegon First Nation. This Nursery to Grade 10 school is bright and airy with a friendly atmosphere and helpful, caring staff. It serves 55 students and strives to balance the students’ educational needs with cultural awareness and pride. One way it accomplishes this is by consistently seeking out and implementing new programs. For example, in March, 2013 the school held its first ever science fair and it was a resounding success.

Keeseekoowenin School
Keeseekoowenin

Named after a Chief.

Keeseekoowenin School

School Address:
Box 129 Elphinstone, MB R0J 0N0
Phone Number:
(204) 625-2062
Fax Number:
(204) 625-2418
School Enrolment Numbers:
71
Website:
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“It is the vision of Keeseekoowenin School that all students achieve their individual potential in a caring, safe and positive learning environment.” Keeseekoowenin School, Kindergarten to Grade 8, is committed to the pursuit of excellence by providing opportunities in a safe community that encourages life-long learning. Employing 22 people, the school seeks to ensure that instructional programming meets the needs of all learners, and that every student has appropriate support.

God’s Lake Narrows First Nation School
Manto Sakikan

Manto is the Cree word for God and Sakikan is the Cree word for lake.

God’s Lake Narrows First Nation School

School Address:
P.O. Box 284 God's Lake Narrows, MB R0B 0M0
Phone Number:
(204) 335-2003
Fax Number:
(204) 335-2440
School Enrolment Numbers:
350
Website:
www.glns.ca

“Our mission is to help all students meet their education needs by giving them opportunities to acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for the social, cultural and economic challenges of life.”
God’s Lake Narrows First Nation School has approximately 350 students divided into Elementary, Middle School and High School (up to Grade 9). It employs approx. 50 people, and hosts many school wide events throughout the year including a jigging contest, Winter Carnival, and career fair.

 

Kistiganwacheeng Elementary School

Kistiganwacheeng Elementary School

School Address:
General Delivery Garden Hill, MB R0B 0T0
Phone Number:
(204) 456-2391
Fax Number:
(204) 456-2350
School Enrolment Numbers:
707
Website:
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With over 1,000 students enrolled from Nursery to Grade 12, Garden Hill First Nation’s two schools are overseen by the Garden Hill Education Authority. The staff at both the Kistiganwacheeng Elementary School and Garden Hill High School try to teach students that by reviewing the traditions of their past, they can identify solutions to strengthen themselves and their education and, ultimately, achieve Mino Bimaadiziwin (Good Life) in today’s world.

Garden Hill First Nation High School

Garden Hill First Nation High School

School Address:
General Delivery Garden Hill, MB R0B 0T0
Phone Number:
(204) 456-2886
Fax Number:
(204) 456-2894
School Enrolment Numbers:
472
Website:
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With over 1,000 students enrolled from Nursery to Grade Twelve, Garden Hill First Nation’s two schools are overseen by the Garden Hill Education Authority. The staff at both the Kistiganwacheeng Elementary School and Garden Hill High School try to teach students that by reviewing the traditions of their past, they can identify solutions to strengthen themselves and their education and, ultimately, achieve Mino Bimaadiziwin (Good Life) in today’s world.

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Fox Lake School
Makaso Sakikan

Fox Lake School

School Address:
P.O. Box 279 Gillam, MB R0B 0L0
Phone Number:
(204) 486-2307
Fax Number:
(204) 486-2606
School Enrolment Numbers:
24

A new school for Fox Lake Cree Nation was completed in 2005 and serves 24 students from Nursery to Grade 8. Part of the school’s mission is to encourage parents to participate in all school activities such as the science fair and other annual gatherings. One of Fox Lake School’s special projects that involves students, staff and community members is the annual Goose Hunt. The hunt proudly showcases the school’s commitment to fostering cultural pride in students and families, while encouraging students to explore and integrate their culture, heritage and language.

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Charles Sinclair School
Ochekwi Sipi

Fishing River

Charles Sinclair School

School Address:
Box 109 Koostatak, MB ROC1S0
Phone Number:
(204) 645-2206
Fax Number:
(204) 645-2614
School Enrolment Numbers:
449

The goal of Charles Sinclair School is to create a learning community where children feel safe, respected and supported in their journey as lifelong learners. Along with the school, Fisher River Board of Education recognizes that education begins in the home, continues in the school and is supported by the community. The needs of the students are the school and education board’s number one focus.

Ebb & Flow School
Ka Ka Kwe Ke Je Ong

In Ojibway, "water that flows back and forth" because the flow of the water at Ebb & Flow does not have an outlet to flow north so the water flows back and forth.

Ebb & Flow School

School Address:
Box 160 Ebb & Flow, MB R0L 0R0
Phone Number:
(204) 448-2012
Fax Number:
(204) 448-2393
School Enrolment Numbers:
644
Website:
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Despite bursting at the seams with close to 650 students, Ebb & Flow School seeks to promote learning in a whole and balanced way for each and every child. For Ebb & Flow School staff, a relaxed and upbeat collegiality is extremely important. Teacher and administrators are primarily from Ebb & Flow and Sandy Bay First Nations. Every classroom is wallpapered with colourful math posters and maps, and students are interested and engaged.

Mahpiya Hdega School
Dakota Tinta

Tinta means plains in the Dakota language.

Mahpiya Hdega School

School Address:
P.O. Box 100 Edwin, MB R0H 0G0
Phone Number:
(204) 252-2895
Fax Number:
(204) 252-2188
School Enrolment Numbers:
56
Website:
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The Mahpiya Hdega (Dakota Plains) School is operated by the Dakota Plains Wahpeton Nation and offers grades K-8. The school began construction in October 2005 and opened for operation in September 2006. Today it serves 56 students with a staff population of 16. Despite its smaller size, the school and community continuously strive to create opportunities for its members and young people, to ensure a strong and vibrant future.

Otter Nelson River School
Pimicikamak

Where the rivers cross.

Otter Nelson River School

School Address:
Box 370 Cross Lake, MB R0B 0J0
Phone Number:
(204) 676-2050
Fax Number:
(204) 676-2464
School Enrolment Numbers:
1,200

For the two schools on Cross Lake First Nation – Mikisew School and Otter Nelson River School – education is a blend of culture, tradition and technology. The schools are holistic and realistic in outlook. Staff relates learning not only to academic development, but also spiritual, emotional, psychological and physical growth. Otter Nelson River School accommodates students from Nursery-Grade 8.

Mikisew School
Pimicikamak

Where the rivers cross.

Mikisew School

School Address:
P.O. Box 128 Cross Lake, MB R0B 0J0
Phone Number:
(204) 676-3030
Fax Number:
(204) 676-2798
School Enrolment Numbers:
380

For the two schools on Cross Lake First Nation – Mikisew School and Otter Nelson River School – education is a blend of culture, tradition and technology. The schools are holistic and realistic in outlook. Staff relates learning not only to academic development, but also spiritual, emotional, psychological and physical growth. Mikisew School accommodates students in Grades 9-12.

Chemawawin School
Chemawawin

Chemwawin in Cree means fishing with two canoes across from each other pulling a net.

Chemawawin School

School Address:
1 Cree Road P.O. Box 10 Easterville, MB R0C 0V0
Phone Number:
(204) 329-2115
Fax Number:
(204) 329-2214
School Enrolment Numbers:
546

Chemawawin School is part of a larger community, the Chemawawin Cree Nation, that is committed to discovering its potential. Through a combination of strong educational leadership, a tradition of excellence and the ability to recognize opportunities for its students, the school has developed a reputation for dedication and vibrancy. “We are determined to do good things in our school and committed to achieving results.” Every new skill that each student develops, enhances the scope of what the school and community can accomplish.

Wambdi Iyotake School
Canupawakpa

Pipestone River, a pipe was found along the river.

Wambdi Iyotake School

School Address:
P.O. Box 146 Pipestone, MB R0M 1T0
Phone Number:
(204) 854-2975
Fax Number:
(204) 854-2933
School Enrolment Numbers:
16
Website:
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The Canupawakpa Dakota Nation is proud to have a high level of cultural and language retention; much of that starts at the Wambdi Iyotake School. The small yet hard working staff of this nursery and kindergarten school, ensure the youngest members of the First Nation learn their language, traditions and culture early. For they know that providing children with a strong start in the early years will result in positive outcomes for families and the community.

Oxford House Elementary School
Bunibonibee

Derived from Pinipawinipi, which in Cree means the water falls and dips, because there is an area of Oxford Lake which does this.

Oxford House Elementary School

School Address:
General Delivery Oxford House, MB R0B 1C0
Phone Number:
(204) 538-2318
Fax Number:
(204) 538-2023
School Enrolment Numbers:
467
Website:
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Bunibonibee Cree Nation (Oxford House), along with the Oxford House Board of Education, supports two schools – Oxford House Elementary School and 1972 Memorial School. Total enrollment for both schools is over 700 students. The schools aim to educate students in ways that reflect BCN’s languages, customs, traditions, principles and beliefs. Students are continually encouraged to set future goals for themselves, in order to spark new hope and direction.

 

 

1972 Memorial High School
Bunibonibee

Derived from Pinipawinipi which in Cree means the water falls and dips, because there is an area in Oxford Lake that does this.

1972 Memorial High School

School Address:
General Delivery Oxford House, MB R0B 1C0
Phone Number:
(204) 538-2020
Fax Number:
(204) 538-2075
School Enrolment Numbers:
309
Website:
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Bunibonibee Cree Nation (Oxford House), along with the Oxford House Board of Education, supports two schools – Oxford House Elementary School and 1972 Memorial School. Total enrollment for both schools is over 700 students. The schools aim to educate students in ways that reflect BCN’s languages, customs, traditions, principles and beliefs. Students are continually encouraged to set future goals for themselves, in order to spark new hope and direction.

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Sergeant Tommy Prince School
Baaskaandibewiziibiing

The community along the Brokenhead River.

Sergeant Tommy Prince School

School Address:
P.O. Box 179 Scanterbury, MB R0E 1W0
Phone Number:
(204) 766-2636
Fax Number:
(204) 766-2809
School Enrolment Numbers:
98

Named after Canada’s most decorated Aboriginal war veteran, Sergeant Tommy Prince School is on the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation. The school serves over 95 students from Nursery to Grade 9 and strives to ensure that each one receives the best possible education. Just like its namesake, Sergeant Tommy Prince School hopes to inspire heroism in all its students, teaching them how to overcome adversity against all odds.

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Miskooseepi School

Miskooseepi School

School Address:
General Delivery Bloodvein, MB R0C 0J0
Phone Number:
(204) 395-2012
Fax Number:
(204) 395-2189
School Enrolment Numbers:
173
Website:
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On the Bloodvein First Nation, children attend Miskooseepi School from Kindergarten to Grade 9. The school strives to create a safe and welcoming atmosphere for all students and staff, while teaching the importance of language, traditions and culture. In addition, the Bloodvein First Nation continues to create opportunities for all its young people (such as the new access road project) so the community will continue to grow and thrive long into the future.

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