Yellowknife Catholic Schools (YCS), a public denominational school board, is located in the capital city of Yellowknife, NT and serves close to 1,320 students. YCS’s 109 NWTTA members include teachers and school administrators. These members are governed under a collective agreement with the Yellowknife Catholic School Board.Yellowknife Catholic Schools P.O. Box 1830; 5124 - 49th Street Yellowknife, NT, Canada X1A 2P4 Phone: (867) 766-7400; Fax: (867) 766-7401 Website: ycs.nt.ca
NOTE: Yellowknife is home to two NWTTA Regions, Yellowknife Catholic Schools (YCS) and Yellowknife Education District No. 1 (YK1). Within these regions YK1 and YCS operate two individual School Boards similar to the Government of the Northwest Territories’ Divisional Education Councils (DECs) located in the regions outside of Yellowknife.
In addition, Yellowknife is home to an GNWT Franchophone Divisional Education Council (DEC) - commission scolaire francophone des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (CSF, TNO). This DEC is not recognized as an individual NWTTA Region.
CSF, TNO operates two schools within the Northwest Territories. NWTTA members at École Boréale in Hay River and École Allain St-Cyr in Yellowknife provide quality French first language programming to close to 200 francophone students. These NWTTA members are part of the NWTTA’s South Slave and Tlicho Regions, respectively.
Commission scolaire francophone des Territoires du Nord-Ouest; 4920 51e rue, C.P 1980; Yellowknife; NT; Canada; X1A 2P5; Tél : (867) 873-6555; Fax : (867) 873-5644; Site web : www.csftno.com
Yellowknife Catholic Schools Yellowknife , NT - Population 19,256
École St. Joseph School (K-8 English; K-8 French Immersion) - 28 NWTTA Members
Address: P.O. Box 728; X1A 2N5
École St. Patrick High School (9-12 English; 9-12 French Immersion) - 32 NWTTA Members (Includes Kimberlite Career and Technical Centre)
Address: P.O. Box 2880; X1A 2R2
Weledeh Catholic School (K-8) - 31 NWTTA Members
Address: P.O. Box 1650; X1A 2P2
NOTE: This map identifies the eight NWTTA Regions within the Northwest Territories. These differ from regions for the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) Divisional Education Councils (DECs)/School Boards.