Student Life

Educational Programming

SEC adheres to the Manitoba curriculum and, over the years, has expanded to offer many unique and award-winning programs like:

  • Native Wellness
  • Graphics Communication
  • Tourism
  • Human Ecology
  • Foods and Nutrition
  • Life Works Transition
  • Recreation Programming
  • Life Skills (counsellors on site)



SEC is proud of our sports teams and offers many athletic opportunities to students that include:

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Badminton
  • Soccer
  • Cross-Country
  • Track & Field
  • Dragon Boat
  • Fitness & Dance Classes (occasional)

Life Skills

SEC offers a balance of quality education that includes traditional, cultural and academic teachings. Included in this are a number of Life Skills programs like:

  • Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT)
  • Personal Care Home Visits (Volunteering for bingo, bbq’s etc)
  • Traditional Sweat Lodge Visits (out of St. Norbert Art’s Centre)
  • Women’s Full Moon Ceremony (University of Manitoba)
  • Land Based Education
  • Drum Group (traditional drum teachings & making hand-made drum sticks)
  • Pow Wows
  • Organized walks to support those in need and to bring awareness to injustices in the world
  • Salvation Army – students help raise money to feed the hungry through the Christmas kettles & also participate in the soup truck.
  • Leadership Conferences
  • Organized community clean-ups
  • RCMP Training Program
  • Bold Eagle (Canadian Armed Forces Aboriginal Training Program)


Since SEC becomes a home to students during the school year, it is important to make their time outside of class hours as comfortable as possible.

We have four vehicles in our fleet that help take students to appointments, recreation activities, post-secondary tours, and field trips. All medical and dental needs are also met with the help of our drivers.

Some of the extra-curricular activities offered through SEC include:

  • Vision Quests/Ventures
  • Virtual High School Courses
  • Community Service
  • Cultural Exploration
  • Game night with Mr. Laramee
  • Film Club with Mr. Laramee
  • On-site hair-cuts at Southeast Personal Care Home located right behind us
  • Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre (WASAC) – provide activities and outings for students throughout the year and employ two students during the year.

PLUS, numerous recreational activities like:

  • Holiday Specific decorating/games (Halloween, Valentine’s day, Christmas etc.)
  • Museums
  • Movie Theatres
  • Escape Rooms
  • Laser Tag
  • Haunted Houses
  • A Maze in Corn
  • Paint Nights
  • Mall Days
  • Mini Golf
  • Virtual Reality Games
  •  Swimming
  • Open gymnasium
  • Flying Squirrel

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