Oxford House is a First Nations Cree community in Northern Manitoba, located on the Oxford House 24 Indian Reserve. The community is located along the eastern shore of Oxford Lake at the mouth of Hayes River, 950 kilometres North of Winnipeg. The Hayes River was designated a Canadian Heritage River in 2006We have two schools in our community, Oxford House Elementary School K- 6, and the 1972 Memorial High School 7 12. Also there is a community arena for ice hockey in the winter and community events during the summer.
Oxford House, MB
The Central Quebec School Board is an English School Board servicing approximately 5,000 students at the elementary, secondary, adult and vocational education levels. Our schools ranging from 60 to over 600 students are spread over a large territory from the St-Maurice, Quebec City and Saguenay areas up to Northern Quebec (Schefferville). Our School Board is committed to flexibility, openness and cooperation in a learning and caring environment.
The Halifax Regional School Board is the largest school board in Nova Scotia servicing 55000 students and employing over 7000 staff. We have 137 elementary and secondary schools across the region. We also offer various programs in a number of satellite centers across the Halifax Regional Municipality. A wide, diverse background of culture and activities for persons of all ages can be found in the region. The Halifax Regional School Board is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing staff representative of the diverse community it serves. Please visit our website for more information.
The school maintains an evangelical Christian environment, and requires all students to speak English. CAIS utilizes the curriculum of Alberta Education, Canada at all grade levels. Teaching is advertised as being student-centered, inquiry-based approach that emphasizes integration of technology across the curriculum. In addition, the secondary program provides opportunity for students to enroll in a number of Advanced Placement courses that can be counted toward the 100-credit Alberta Diploma requirement.
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