First Nations Junior and Senior School of Toronto (GR. JK-08)
Vision: To empower future leaders with a strong cultural identity to be contributing members in a global society.
In early 1970's, First Nations School began as Wandering Spirit Survival School founded by a group of Ojibway parents. In 1977 it was incorporated into the Toronto Board of Education and designated an alternative school. In 1983, the school was recognized by the Board as a Cultural Survival School and renamed First Nations School of Toronto. It offers programs from JK to grade eight.
- The school has an enrollment of approximately 95 students.
- The school transports students from across the city, with the exception of Scarborough and Etobicoke.
- Bussing is provided for JK to grade 5 students where eligible. TTC tickets are available for students in grades 6, 7, and 8.
- The school facility has an Aboriginal Head Start Program.
School Council Chair(s):
935 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON