Tsuut'ina Nation officially opens new high school

The educational program offered at the school infuses Tsuut'ina culture with Alberta curriculum.  Community leaders are hoping small class sizes and an education oriented around Tsuut'ina traditions is enough to convince local students to gain their diploma on the First Nation. The educational program offered at the school infuses Tsuut'ina culture with Alberta curriculum. Community leaders are hoping small class sizes and an education oriented around Tsuut'ina traditions is enough to convince local students to gain their diploma on the First Nation.

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