Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School

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Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School
Address
315 North Edward Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7C 4P3
Canada
Coordinates 48°23′21″N 89°16′45″W / 48.38917°N 89.27917°W / 48.38917; -89.27917Coordinates: 48°23′21″N 89°16′45″W / 48.38917°N 89.27917°W / 48.38917; -89.27917
Information
School type High school
Founded 2000
School board Northern Nishnawbe Education Council
Principal Jonathan Kakegamic
Grades 9-12
Website

Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, also known as DFC High School, is a high school for aboriginal students located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and is administered by the Northern Nishnawbe Education Council (NNEC). It was established in 2000 and serves 20 communities around Northwestern Ontario. Aboriginal students from around Northwestern Ontario attend DFC, often flying in from remote reserve communities.

Mission statement[edit]

The mission of Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations High School is to ensure students develop a strong sense of identity in the distinct language, culture and traditions of the Anishnawbek and achieve academic excellence and become active members of society.

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