Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate

IMG_4223In 2010, MFNERC launched the Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate (WVC) to help First Nations students in Manitoba access new sources of education, and find new learning opportunities. By offering a variety of online high school classes, WVC gives students the ability to meet all of their graduation or post-secondary requirements.

While many remote schools do an excellent job of providing and teaching a core set of classes, WVC was created to offer even more opportunities that will help students succeed in achieving their future goals. The schools participate in the direction of course development and programming.

WVC currently offers Grade 9-12 courses. The instructional staff works as a collective team to build quality, interactive courses that meet provincial standards. In fact, in 2014 WVC received accreditation as a Manitoba high school (school code) from Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning, a very important milestone. Find more information at www.wapaskwa.ca.

For more information contact:
Allison McDonald, Principal, WVC
allisonm[at]mfnerc[dot]com



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Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate is now Accredited

The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc.
Announces Groundbreaking MOU with the Province Read More >

What’s New at Wapaskwa

Supported by the MFNERC, Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate offers online courses in a virtual classroom format for First Nations high school students in Manitoba. Read More >

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