Aboriginal Education

The Sooke School District ensures that Aboriginal students receive a quality education that fosters a strong sense of pride, confidence and knowledge of their heritage.  

Aboriginal students make up approximately 10% of students enrolled in the Sooke School District.  Of these students 14% are First Nations living on Scia'new, Pacheedaht or T’Sou-ke Nations while over 86% live off reserve throughout the Sooke School District.  Many of our students are self-identified (status and/or non-status), Metis or Inuit from regions across Canada.

Over 889.5 students currently receive academic support and culture/language programs through Aboriginal Education services.


Kathleen King-Hunt

Principal for Aboriginal Education   kkinghunt@sd62.bc.ca

(250) 474-9879


Leslie Morison

Aboriginal Education Secretary

(250) 474-9833



Programs Offered

The following services are also offered to Aboriginal Students & Families:

  • Academic support across the curriculum K to grade 12
  • Culture and Language Programs
  • Role Model Programs
  • Career Presentations
  • Scholarship & Award Advising
  • Aboriginal Leadership opportunities, such as Me to We, Sacred Circle
  • Speakers and Workshops
  • Aboriginal Education Council
  • School Community Events:
    Family Fall Gathering - October 24th
    Celebrating Student Success - February 27th
    Recognition Ceremony - May 25th
  • Aboriginal Resources lists from District Resource Centre
  • Community Literacy connections
  • First Nations Graduation Program, Westshore Annex
  • Advocacy for core courses BC First Nation Studies 12 and English 10, 11, 12 First Peoples















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Sooke School District
3143 Jacklin Road, Victoria BC, V9B 5R1
Phone: (250) 474-9800
Fax: (250) 474-9825