First Nations offer internet high school

“Academic opportunities are virtually a click away at Keewaytinook Internet High School.

The cutting edge high school was the first virtual schools to offer accredited high school courses.

At first only Grade 8 courses were offered but 13 years later the school offers a full range of locally developed courses, which apply to grades 9 to 12. It also offers college and university prep courses and the best part is that students living in isolated, remote communities throughout northern Ontario can access it.

Keewaytinook Internet High School (KIHS) is in partnership with 18 First Nation communities and is always willing to expand its partnerships with communities where there is a need for schooling. The KIHS focus is to ensure students are set up for success and have structured the academics and operations of the school around the word ‘success.’”

http://www.wawataynews.ca/archive/all/2013/9/19/virtual-learning-provides-home-education-experience_25031

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