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Northland School Division No.61 added 8 new photos.
Please share! Once again in multi-coloured t-shirts, "Team Northland" celebrated accomplishments and left inspired while attending WE Day Alberta for the third year in a row. The event took place at Rogers Place in Edmonton for the first time. In previous years, WE Day Alberta was located at the Scotiabank…

Posted 19 Oct 18


Please share! We are hosting our Regular Board Meeting at Star of the North Retreat Centre (St. Albert) today (Friday, October 19, 2018). Here are some action items being brought to Board - Locally Developed Courses - The Attendance Recognition and Award Program - Fort McMurray Catholic School Division…

Posted 19 Oct 18


Please share: As of today (October 17, 2018) cannabis is legal in Canada. Visit our website to view "What You Need to Know - Cannabis Legalization". Within the article, you will see NSD's policy and administrative procedures related to cannabis legalization and resources for parents, guardians, caregivers,…

Posted 17 Oct 18

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Northland School
Division No. 61

NSD is situated in some of the most stunning areas in northern Alberta. Covering 288,347 square kilometres, our schools are located near mountains, lakes, rivers, forests, and wetlands on Treaty 6 and 8 territories. We hold high respect for these traditional territories, their history, language, and culture. At NSD, 95% of the student population is of First Nations, Métis and Inuit descent. We have approximately 2200 students in 20 schools. Our schools are located in municipalities, First Nation reserves, and Métis Settlements.