Indigenous Education

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In partnership with the Indigenous Education Advisory Circle, we offer students an opportunity to self-identify their indigenous ancestry. We are committed to providing quality educational programs that promote student success.

Indigenous students

When you identify Indigenous ancestry, we learn more about our students and develop appropriate programs that reflect First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures. Students benefit from learning about indigenous perspectives via:

  • Native Studies courses;
  • cultural opportunities; and
  • resources and materials.

How to self-identify

We encourage First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to voluntarily self-identify their Indigenous ancestry. The following options are available to parents and students:

Complete the self-identification form on-line, then print and return to school.

Contact us

For questions or more information, call our Indigenous Education consultant at 905- 576-6150 ext. 22291.

In partnership with the Indigenous Education Advisory Circle, we offer students an opportunity to self-identify their indigenous ancestry. We are committed to providing quality educational programs that promote student success.

Indigenous students

When you identify Indigenous ancestry, we learn more about our students and develop appropriate programs that reflect First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures. Students benefit from learning about indigenous perspectives via:

.         Native Studies courses;

.         cultural opportunities; and

.         resources and materials.

How to self-identify

We encourage First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to voluntarily self-identify their Indigenous ancestry. The following options are available to parents and students:

.         New families can indicate Aboriginal ancestry on our online registration form.

.         Current families can download a self-identification package which includes a letter from our Director of Education or obtain a package from the school secretary.

Complete the self-identification form on-line, then print and return to school.

Contact us

For questions or more information, call our Indigenous Education consultant at 905- 576-6150 ext. 22291.

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