Located on the unceded traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation, Nala’atsi is a school for students with Indigenous ancestry in grades 10 to 12 . Nala’atsi offers individualized support for students whose needs have not been met in a mainstream classroom setting, providing a sense of community and belonging, a safe and compassionate learning environment, as well as access to exciting cultural activities within the community and beyond. Nala’atsi offers full graduation options for students and is based in central Courtenay, BC.

Are you interested in attending Nala’atsi? Please pick up an admissions package at the Indigenous Education Center (665 – 16th St, Courtenay BC) Monday-Friday between 9am and 3pm OR print & fill out the Nala’atsi Application Package and drop it off with Sue Cambrey at the Indigenous Education Center. Intake interviews for the 2021-22 school year will start in early September. If you have any questions you can write Rory at: rory.mcclure@sd71.bc.ca

Nala’atsi is committed to providing students with a learning environment that is safe & inclusive. We ask that students & staff wear clothing that allows them to participate in the intended activities. We also expect our staff & students to avoid wearing clothing that promotes drugs or alcohol, displays offensive language/images, or encourages discrimination.

Website art: “Nimpkish Sunset” by Andy Everson

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