Welcome! Aniin! Tansi! Greetings!

Southeast Collegiate is the only school of its kind in all of Canada. It serves as a campus to First Nations students during the school year – educating them in a beautiful school facility and housing them in the adjoining lodge.

Since 1995, SEC has proudly watched over 500 students graduate from its halls.

This year, Southeast Collegiate officially welcomed students into its new, state-of-the-art school in Winnipeg, Manitoba – just a few steps away from its original home.

The new school can accept up to 156 First Nations youth from communities throughout Manitoba looking for the best opportunity to graduate high school.

Upcoming Events

Mid Term Exams

November 11 – 16, 2018

Christmas Travel

December 17, 2018

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The Holidays are coming soon and to celebrate the kitchen staff made the students festive tasty treats to enjoy! 10 more days until the students travel home!

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4 days ago

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Good morning!

Students in Mrs. Ouskun’s Native Wellness class and Mrs. Wray’s Physical Education class have been learning about one of the four directions of wellness which is Physical Wellness.

So far students have participated in the following: First Nation Traditional Games, Square dance workshop and Hoop dance introduction. Students also learned the importance of self-care, healthy eating, battling addictions, and an intro to fitness principals.

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5 days ago

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The Foods & Nutrition students had fun making pancakes in class!

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7 days ago

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The Grade 11 and 12 Physical Education classes along with SEC staff worked together to host games for the Provincial AAA Girls Volleyball tournament.

This took place in the afternoon of November 29th and 30th. All students from these classes were included in a job schedule and they all worked hard to make this tournament a success. The Grade 10 Physical Education class also helped with the tournament set up. Also, many students chose to do extra volunteering after school hours and this help was greatly appreciated.

Thank you to all the staff and students who were part of this hosting experience. There were also many compliments received from visitors about our new building and our welcoming students.

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