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Mississauga First Nation
Education Services

  • Provides educational services and supports to elementary, secondary and post-secondary school students living on-reserve
  • Provides bus transportation for elementary and high school students attending Blind River Public School, St Mary's Separate School and WC Eaket Secondary School in Blind River
Native Student Traditional Mentoring
  • Provides incentives for students to complete Grade 12
  • Offers counselling and guidance to help students prepare for college/university
Secondary Education
  • Provides assistance, counselling and referrals to helps with academic issues
  • Coordinates bussing schedules for regular school day and after-school activities
  • Covers some student fees such as lockers, gym fees, extra-curricular activities like music and skiing clubs, and field trip fees for accommodations and food
  • Provides information on community involvement hours to students about groups looking for volunteer assistance
Post Secondary Education
  • Provides counselling and guidance in choosing post-secondary field of studies
  • Provides assistance for applying/filling out application forms for colleges and universities
  • Provides financial sponsorship support to post secondary students
Also administers:
  • Adult Education Centre
  • Enjikendaasaang Learning Centre (Literacy and Basic Skills)
  • Mississauga First Nation Library
Tribal Council: North Shore Tribal Council (NSTC)Political Territorial Organization: Union of Ontario Indians (UOI)Robinson-Huron TreatyMississauga First Nation provides bus transportation for high school students; MacIver's provides bus transportation for elementary students
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Members of Mississauga First NationPost Secondary Education All Band members regardless of residency are eligible to apply for assistance if attending a post-secondary institution

Age Requirements: Ages: 4 year(s) and up;
Application Process
Post Secondary Education
  • Applications for assistance available on website or at office
  • Deadline to apply for assistance for fall start date is Jun 15th; winter start date is Oct 15th; spring and summer start dates is Apr 15th
For financial assistance applicant required to provide:
  • Photocopy of recent status card
  • Completed post-secondary application package issued by Mississauga First Nation
  • Letter of acceptance from post-secondary institution
  • Transcripts from high school and any previous academic institutions
  • Detailed letter of intent with program information
  • Copy of voided cheque or bank information
  • Signed student contract
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(10) Local Government ; (50) Non Profit
Agency Information
211 Ontario North
   Last Updated On November 5, 2019

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