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Nibinamik Education Centre
School services multi-grade JK to Grade 9 with an Enrolment of 100 students, Nibinamik First Nation is a remote fly-in community which is located approximately 500 air miles north of Thunder Bay,Ontario?

The On-reserve population is approximately 420 people.

Keewaytinook Internet High School (KiHS)
Uses the Internet as a mode of delivery to offer accredited secondary school
courses from Grade 9-12 in a classroom setting
offers high school courses at the Nibinamik Education Centre

Secondary School Program
Provides financial assistance for students who choose to attend high school outside of community (usually Geraldton, Sioux Lookout or Thunder Bay)
Provides assistance with transportation and housing arrangements

Post-Secondary Student Support Program
Provides counseling and guidance in choosing post-secondary field of studies
Provides assistance for applying/filling out application forms for colleges and universities
Provides financial support to post-secondary students both on and off the reserve

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    Nibinamik Education Centre
    Ph: 807.593.2195
    Fax: 807.593.2198

    Nibinamik Education Authority
    Ph: 807.593.2210
    Fax: 807.593.2243

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