Educational Institutions

Residents Community Services Educational Institutions

Elementary schools

logo-sgdsbSchreiber Public School
Superior-Greenstone District School Board

Address: P.O. Box 129, 301 Ontario Street, Schreiber, Ontario P0T 2S0

L: (807) 824-2082
F: (807) 824-2157

Principal: Sara Curtis

In partnership with the students, the home and the community, Superior-Greenstone District School Board will address individual students’ needs by providing: a diverse education that prepares for and honours their chosen path for success, avenues that foster a love of learning, and the means to honour varied learning styles.

logo-1Holy Angels Catholic School
Superior North Catholic District School Board

Address: P.O. Box 579, 210 Winnipeg Street, Schreiber,Ontario P0T 2S0

L: (807) 824-2553
F: (807) 824-2946

Principal: Kim Figliomeni

The Mission of Holy Angels School, as a dedicated Catholic Community, is to provide each student with opportunities to develop spiritually and to strive for personal and academic excellence by promoting Christian values through shared partnerships.

Secondary School

Lake Superior High School
Superior-Greenstone District School Board

Address: P.O. Box 548, 19 Hudson Drive, Terrace Bay, Ontario P0T 2W0

L: (807) 825-3271
F: (807) 825-3622

Principal: Heidi Patterson

We are a small school with a big heart. Lake Superior High School is a place that promotes responsibility, respect, civility, and academic excellence in a safe learning and teaching environment. A positive school climate exists when all members of the school community feel safe, comfortable and accepted. We foster a positive school climate that supports academic achievement for all students from grades 9 to 12.

Adult Learning

snala-logoSuperior North Adult Learning Association (SNALA)

Address: Schreiber Municipal Complex, 204 Alberta Street, Schreiber, Ontario P0T 2S0

L: (807) 824-3164
F: (807) 824-3232

We are a Literacy and Basic Skills program for adults in Schreiber, Terrace Bay, Marathon and surrounding communities. SNALA helps individuals learn the skills needed to find a job, further your education, read or write more independently, or improve your computer skills. Examples of assistance that SNALA provides includes but is not limited to preparing for GED exam, preparing for aptitude tests and Red Seal Certification, online education courses, basic reading and writing skills, computer skills, Microsoft Office skills, and math skills and upgrading.

Contact North (CNW Group/Contact North)

Contact North / Contact Nord
Ontario’s Distance Education & Training Network

Address: P.O. Box 727, 9 Selkirk Avenue, Terrace Bay, Ontario P0T 2W0

L: 1 (855) 714-9160
T:1 (877) 999-9149
F: (807) 825-9316

Site Coordinator: Chantal Gingras

Get your degree, diploma or certificate, or upgrade your skills with personalized support in your community! We can help you research and find information on 1,000 online programs and 18,000 online courses from Ontario’s 24 public colleges, 22 public universities and 250 literacy and basic skills and training providers. We offer assistance with the application process to register at the college, university or training provider of your choice, as well as applications for financial aid. Our online learning centre staff is available to invigilate your exams. Our centre offers students access to computer workstations and high-speed Internet to complete their online courses.