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Grades Taught



The inaugural year was 1994/95. Initially the Outreach offered high school education for teen moms and at-risk students. Beginning in 1996, community agencies partnered with the Outreach to offer a wider youth support network. This included counsellors, native liaison worker, office personnel, transportation and supporting programming materials. In September 1999, the Outreach was re-located to a downtown facility. At this time childcare was made available to young parents working on-site. In 2002, the Outreach partnered with NADC to offer students intensive career counselling. In 2005, the Outreach opened its doors to adult students.


  • To provide an alternate learning environment for students for whom the mainstream school setting has not been effective
  • To assist youth in achieving positive personal growth
  • To enable youth at risk of dropping out to remain connected with a learning/educational environment
  • To facilitate the re-entry into mainstream schooling for those young people who desire it
  • To provide youth with skills related to career exploration, communication, community awareness, and self awareness to promote increased self-esteem and employability


  • To provide an alternative educational program to meet the needs of students
  • To connect ‘at risk’ students to a learning environment
  • To provide additional support services to minimize the barriers to education


  • All youth need an education
  • All youth can learn and experience success
  • All youth have the right to an education however each youth must accept the ultimate responsibility for utilizing their educational opportunities
  • Education is a key to becoming a productive and responsible citizen
  • Actively learning youth benefits the community as a whole
  • Youth who aspire to continue and/or complete their high school education must be provided with support to do so