Internet high school gives First Nations students options


Story by CBS News

For many students in First Nations in northern Ontario, getting a secondary education means leaving their community and attending high school in Sioux Lookout or Thunder Bay.

That’s not the case for some 300 students enrolled with the Keewaytinook Internet High School.

Principal Darrin Potter said one advantage for students staying at home is the level of support from family and community.

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