Elementary and High School Education
Algoma District School Board
The geographic area served by the Algoma District School Board encompasses communities along the north shore of Lake Huron from Spanish to Sault Ste. Marie and along the east coast of Lake Superior from Sault Ste. Marie to Wawa and includes Hornepayne, Chapleau and Elliot Lake.
Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board
The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is proud to continue the long-standing tradition of Catholic education in Ontario. The HSCDSB serves the communities of Blind River, Chapleau, Elliot Lake, Espanola, Hornepayne, Massey, Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa and White River.
Le Conseil scolaire
catholique du Nouvel-Ontario
Le Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario, un des plus grands conseils scolaires de langue française en Ontario, réunit quelque 7 000 élèves répartis dans 37 lieux d’enseignement dont 27 écoles élémentaires, 9 écoles secondaires et 1 centre d’éducation aux adultes.
The Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario, one of the largest French-language school boards in Ontario, brings together some 7,000 students in 37 teaching sites including 27 elementary schools, 9 secondary schools and one adult education center.
Le Conseil Scolaire Public du
Grand Nord de l’Ontario
Reconnu pour son innovation et son ouverture sur le monde, le CSPGNO offre une éducation publique de langue française de la plus grande qualité dans 11 écoles élémentaires et 8 écoles secondaires dans les communautés de Markstay, Noëlville, Sudbury, Elliot Lake, Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa, Dubreuilville, Marathon, Manitouwadge et Longlac.
Known for its innovation and openness to the world, CSPGNO offers French language public education of the highest quality in 11 elementary schools and 8 secondary schools in the communities of Markstay, Noelville, Sudbury, Elliot Lake, Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa, Dubreuilville, Marathon, Manitouwadge and Longlac.
Established in 1964 and becoming an independent university in 2008, Algoma University (Algoma U) has been educating students in under-graduate studies for almost 50 years. Students at Algoma U enjoy small class sizes and a student-faculty ratio of just 14 to 1. The campus has undergone an extensive renewal, with a new bioscience building, a 96-room residence and a renovated athletics centre.
Sault College offers full-time and part-time opportunities for students in post-secondary, apprenticeship, adult retraining, continuing education, and contract training program categories. In 2018, Sault College was ranked first in Ontario by employers for the overall quality of their graduates and second across the province in graduate satisfaction.
Lake Superior State University
Just across the United States border in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Lake Superior State University (LSSU) is a small university of about 3,000 students. LSSU is known for its academic programs such as fisheries and wildlife management, engineering chemistry and the environmental sciences. LSSU offers primarily bachelor's and associate degrees, but also grants a master of arts in curriculum and instruction and many certificates. The university also offers joint programs with Sault College and Algoma University.
Holy Angels Learning Centre
Holy Angels Learning Centre provides a unique opportunity for students to continue their education in a supportive atmosphere with flexible scheduling and delivery options. Registration is continuous throughout the school year. English as a Second Language is offered in the evenings. Night and summer school provide additional opportunities to achieve credits.
Northland Adult Learning Centre
Programs are available to adults 19 years or older. Qualified instructors offer Math, English, Computer instruction and keyboarding to provide workplace related job skills and preparation for more advanced academic programs. ESL (English as a second language) and GED preparation classes are also available.
Kina Awiiya Secondary Program (formerly Urban Aboriginal School)
The Kina Awiiya Secondary Program is a very unique partnership between the Board and the local Indigenous Friendship Centre (IFC). Traditional cultural events and celebrations with the local First Nations community / band offices are practiced throughout the school year. This school / partnership has a real sense of community and the students who attend feel very comfortable studying in a smaller classroom environment. The Kina Awiiya Secondary Program infuses First Nation Cultural values, aspirations and beliefs into all areas of the curriculum.
Garden River First Nation Education Unit (Adults in Motion)
The Adults in Motion in conjunction with the Garden River First Nation Education Unit will strive to enable Garden River First Nation Community Members to achieve their Educational Goals. Our mission is to enable the student(s) to acquire the skills, knowledge, values and commitment to become lifelong learners and responsible members of the Garden River First Nation Community.
Batchewana Learning Centre