Keewaytinook Internet High School has been delivering acredited high school courses for over 10 years through our online education platform with certified teachers in each of the 13 First Nation classrooms. The vision of the chiefs was to provide an opportunity for high school students to stay connected to their families, culture and the land by completing courses with same quality of education as urban schools. Students receive their curriculum online and complete courses with the mentorship and support of their qualified classroom teacher. In order to provide cultural learning, traditional teachings are infused into ministry approved curriculum including learning on the land with Elders and flexibility for students to practice their traditional activities.

Keewaytinook Internet High School Office:

P.O. Box 340, 10 Mine Road Balmertown, Ontario P0V 1C0
Phone: (807) 735-1381
Fax: (807) 735-3392

KiHS - Student Mental Health Workers

Keewaytinook Internet High School is looking to hire one Student Mental Health Worker to fill the second of two new full-time positions at our school. The Student Mental Health Workers will be based out of our Thunder Bay or Sioux Lookout offices. The position will commence November 1, 2017. The worker will support the needs of students in grades 9-12 who live in our 12 partner First Nations. This position will involve travel to approximately half of the partner communities throughout the year, as well as office-based support at a distance.

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