Saskatoon Tribal Council Education
Saskatoon Tribal Council’s (STC’s) Education Department provides educational programs and services to children and youth in Member First Nations through the Saskatoon Tribal Council Education Corporation (STCEC).
As Saskatoon’s only First Nations controlled Education Department, STCEC delivers on its mandate by supporting urban and member First Nation communities, to succeed in Education.
Rather than directing the activities of its members’ local schools, STCEC recognizes the differences across communities and collaborates with them to deliver a full range of education services from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Together we are working to reclaim responsibility for education by providing community-driven educational support in our traditional territories across Treaty 4 and 6.
Education Strategic Plan
STCEC member communities include:
- Chief Mistawasis School, Mistawasis Nêhiyawak First Nation
- Kihiw Waciston School, Muskeg Lake Cree Nation
- Muskoday First Nation Community School, Muskoday First Nation
- Almightyvoice Education Centre, One Arrow First Nation
- Nibwakawigamig Kinistin Education Centre, Kinistin Saulteaux First Nation
- Nawigizigweyas Education Centre, Yellowquill First Nation
More about STC Education
On the Whitecap Dakota First Nation, Charles Red Hawk Elementary School is served through a separate partnership with Saskatoon Public Schools.
Over the past 15 years, the Education Corporation has been recognized for establishing successful partnerships, implementing innovative programming, and providing First Nation’s “tailored” services in support of Member First Nations schools; it has evolved to meet the needs of First Nations students.
Saskatoon Tribal Council is committed to improving the quality of life for our members, and we are looking for individuals who want to make a difference in their community.
Our dedicated staff delivers a wide range of services to our seven-member First Nations and urban First Nations within the city of Saskatoon, including health care, justice, educational support, child and family services, mental health supports, housing, training & skills development…and much more.