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Kâpapâmahchakwêw - Wandering Spirit School is a K-12 School that provides an Indigenous focused education. It provides opportunities for students to be immersed in Indigenous cultural traditions in a caring environment that affirms students’ lived experiences within a circle of care that include families, caregivers, community, staff and students themselves. Kâpapâmahchakwêw Secondary School is an academic pathway that supports students through their journey to post-secondary education, offering Anishinaabemowin Language, as well as First Nations, Métis and Inuit courses.
For more information on Kâpapâmahchakwêw - Wandering Spirit School and the programs and courses offered, and how to register contact Kapapamahchakwew - Wandering Spirit School of Toronto or call the school at 416-393-0555.
Across the TDSB, schools engage in focused work on Indigenous Education to enhance conditions for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students and families. In particular, the following schools have a direct focus on Indigenous students, offering Indigenous Language instruction, Indigenous Cultures and Traditions instructor supports, Indigenous Child and Youth Worker supports, and focused educator capacity building opportunities on Indigenous Education learning and pedagogies: