Featured Pick of the Day: Pelican Falls First Nations High School / Dennis Franklin Cromarty
Pelican Falls First Nations High School was established in 1992 on the scenic shores of Pelican Lake within the township of the municipality of Sioux Lookout, Ontario and is part of the traditional territory of Lac Seul First Nation.
Being a private First Nation controlled and operated school, PFFNHS offers very unique and culturally relevant educational services to students from 24 First Nation communities within the Northern Nishnawbe Education Council and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation.
Dennis Franklin Cromarty is a very special school. It was established by your parents and elders to give you an opportunity that THEY did not have – to attend a native high school.
Dennis Franklin Cromarty is operated by Northern Nishnawbe Education Council. The NNEC is directed by the Chiefs of the 24 Sioux Lookout District First Nations. It was established in 1978 as an essential part of the movement for First Nations to develop administrative capacity to take over the boarding program for students of the Sioux Lookout District attending grades 9 through 12 outside their communities. NNEC now provides secondary and post-secondary educational services.
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