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Sioux-Lookout is home to three elementary schools and two high schools:
In addition to these facilities, the Cornerstone Christian Academy accommodates Grades 1 through 12 using the Accelerated Christian Education curriculum.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout also operates three Day Care Centres to ensure your children have a strong start to their educational careers.
Other educational resources include:
- Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council - a non-profit, community based, client-centered Literacy and Basic Skills Program. It also operates the Sioux Lookout Learning Centre and Good Learning Anywhere distance delivery programs.
- Confederation College – a satellite site of the main Thunder Bay campus which offers programs and courses both in-class, correspondence and internet-based.
- Brock University - offers a Bachelor of Education Program for First Nation students. The program creates research training and support for Aboriginal students and opportunities for Aboriginal and non-aboriginal scholars as well as a speaker series, colloquia, conferences, the sharing of resources, knowledge, collaborative research proposals and to generally foster intra-institutional communications relevant to Aboriginal issues, values, knowledge, experience and the contributions of Aboriginal peoples globally.
- Lakehead University - Four Year Nursing Program - a joint initiative between Confederation College and Lakehead University, the project provides a combination of classroom and community-based clinical education in Sioux Lookout. Education responsibilities are shared between the college and university, and students who complete the four-year project will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) degree from Lakehead.
- Contact North provides, through its state-of-the-art technology network, access to distance education and training through its 145 Access Centres in more than 100 communities in Northern Ontario, enabling northerners to become lifelong learners while continuing to contribute to and live in their communities.
- The Wahsa Distance Education Centre was established in the fall of 1990 to provide Ontario accredited secondary school courses through distance education to the remote twenty-three Sioux Lookout District First Nations. Radio and correspondence are two different program delivery systems that are used by Wahsa to provide the students with a full selection of high school courses while living in their home community. Wahsa operates as a private school under the authority of the Northern Nishnawbe Education Council.
- Lac Seul Training Centre of Excellence was established in 2012 and is a training facility based in Hudson, Ontario. The Centre provides certified training programs and workshops to people across Northwestern Ontario.