Paul William Kaeser High School

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Paul William Kaeser High School
Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Northwest Territories, X0E 0P0
Funding type Public
School board Fort Smith District Education Authority,
South Slave Divisional Education Council
Area trustee Julie Lys (Chair, Fort Smith DEA)
Principal Al Karasiuk
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 265 (2011)
Language English, French, Chipewyan

Paul William Kaeser High School is a high school in Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada. The school is overseen by the Fort Smith District Education Authority and administered by the South Slave Divisional Education Council.[1] It provides secondary education services to students from Fort Smith as well as the nearby Salt River First Nation and Smith's Landing First Nation.

The school is named after Paul William Kaeser, a Fort Smith entrepreneur who opened a grocery store in Fort Smith in 1947.


  • In 2012, the current principal of the school, Al Karasiuk, was named one of Canada's Outstanding Principal by The Learning Partnership, a Toronto-based NGO[2]


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