The school opened in a rented room in September 1995 with 18 students, one teacher, one assistant and a part-time computer instructor. On January 10, 2000 the students and staff moved into the new $3.3 million Education and Community Complex on Nipissing First Nation. This move was the culmination of many years of hard work on the part of the Chief and Council and many dedicated members of the Nation to fulfill a dream of having their own school in the community. We have now grown to a full-time enrollment of more than 100 students with 13 full-time staff.
Most of our graduates have gone on to be successful at the college or university level while others have successfully entered directly into the work force. We are proud of our past graduates who represent the future of the Nations and we are sure that our future graduates will carry on the tradition.