In Schreiber, we ensure that our schools are safe, secure, and offer several extracurricular activities. Our educational programs offered at the primary, secondary and post-secondary levels provide students extraordinary learning opportunities, to prepare them as they embark on new and exciting career paths.

Early Childhood Education

Address: P.O. Box 388, 301 Ontario St., Schreiber, Ontario P0T 2S0

T: (807) 824-3552
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Your local EarlyON Child and Family Centre is a great place for you and your child/children to spend time.  All of our activities encourage and enhance parent/child relationships, promote early learning and development and provide an opportunity for people to meet and socialize with other families. Our Centre offers the following programs and services:

      • Early Years programming
      • Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)
      • Community Action Program for Children (CAPC)
      • Baby’s Day
      • Early Literacy
      • Programs to promote the health and well-being of children and families


Drop In
Drop-In provides parents and/or caregivers and children the opportunity to play and discover together.  Parents and caregivers, along with the EarlyON Educator, provide the children with opportunities which will inspire curiosity, inquiry, and enjoyment in the playroom. If you need to leave your child, please ask another parent or caregiver to watch him/her and let the programmer know who will be responsible for your child.  Parents and  caregivers are encouraged to assist with daily  activities…YOU are a “HUGE” part of our daily programming and we welcome your thoughts and ideas.

Baby’s Day
This program will provide a day for moms and babies to play, grow and learn in an environment just for them! Programming includes sharing of songs and rhymes, planned provocations for baby’s enjoyment, along with workshops and information on relevant topics including infant dental care, infant development, nutrition, car seat safety and much more.

Families with older children are invited to attend on one of our other Drop In days.

Prenatal Parents are always welcome to visit us and participate in our programming. Please share this message with a friend who may be expecting and has yet to visit us.

Primary Schools

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

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

Principal: Amy Buchan

Vice Principal: Jen Mikus

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.

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.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

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Secondary Schools

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

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

Principal: Sara Curtis

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.

Post-Secondary Schools

Ontario’s Distance Education & Training Network

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

L: 1-855-375-2790

T: 1-877-999-9149

E: Email Terrace Bay


Online Learning Recruitment Office: Chantal Gingras

Contact North | Contact Nord helps educationally underserved Ontarians in 600 small, rural, remote, Indigenous and Francophone communities get a degree, diploma, or certificate from Ontario’s public colleges and universities, or to upgrade their skills, via online learning without leaving their communities. Our online learning recruitment team can help you research program and course options, assist with applications, set up key connections with post-secondary institutions, identify funding and grant options, and invigilate exams. The online learning centres in Schreiber and Terrace Bay offer students access to computer workstations and high-speed Internet to help them complete their online courses.