educational-centre

Couchiching Education Program

We want education to provide the setting in which children can develop…

the fundamental attitudes and values which have an honoured place in the Anishinabe tradition and culture. 

The values we want to pass on to our children, values which make Anishinabe people a great race, are not written in books. They are found in our history, legends, and culture. We believe that if an Anishinabe child is fully aware of the importance of Anishinabe values, he/she will have reason to be proud of their race and himself / herself.

Steps to Applying for Post Secondary Student Support Program

1. Decide on the school you want to attend.  If it is in Ontario, you must apply through the Ontario Colleges or Ontario Universities website. There is a fee for applying.  Either pay for it online with a credit card or choose the pay by mail option and print the form and bring it to the Education Office for processing.

2. You must submit a written letter of request outlining what you want to do and the intended outcome by the June 1st deadline for the September intake and by October 15th, for the January intake and by February 15, for the May intake.

3. Once you have been accepted to an institution, you must provide a copy of your acceptance letter to the Education Department. A copy of your most recent transcript must accompany your application.

4. You will be notified within 45 days of the application deadline as to the status of your application.

Contact

Phone: 807-274-4551
Toll Free: 1-888-581-0250
Fax: 807-274-5587

Education Manager: 
Joanne Bruyere ext. 240
E-mail: joanne.bruyere@bellnet.ca

Post Secondary Education Counsellor: 
Rachel Bruyere-Spuzak ext. 243
E-mail: rachel.spuzak@bellnet.ca

Elementary/Secondary Education Counsellor:
Jessica Desrosiers ext. 233
Email: jessica.desrosiers@bellnet.ca

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30AM - 4:30PM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed