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Mount Boucherie Secondary
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Indigenous Education
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School District #23 Indigenous Education website: 

Enhancement Agreement: Enhancement Agreement 2014-2019.pdf
Academy of Indigeneous Studies Pamphlet information: 
Academy of Indigenous Studies 2015.pdf
​At the high school level, our goal is to offer a spectrum of courses with a First Nations focus that students can take to complement their studies and use toward their high school diploma. These courses are used to gain cross cultural understanding and build positive relations for future interactions.

Indigenous Student Advocates
The advocates provide a wide range of support for our Indigenous students. The following is a small portion of the type of support they can offer.
  • Provide emotional, social, academic, behavioral​ & cultural support to students
  • Liaise between home and school
  • Work closely with teachers and other personnel to plan effectively for students. 
  • Help students with goal setting and career planning
  • Monitor attendance Indigenous students and facilitate improvement 
Indigenous Support Teachers
Using the foundations of the Seven Teachings and the quadrants of the medicine wheel, our support teachers are highly skilled in both humanities, and math & science. Both Mrs. Wilde and Mrs. White have built strong relationships with our indigenous students and will continue to provide one on one coaching and support.