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September 8, 2014

Osayak 2014 POW WOW

It's powwow time! Friday Sept 26th - traditional powwow at Oskayak, 10 AM grand entry. Please share. Thanks!


August 18, 2014

Registration and Classes

Another new school year is about to begin.  


  • Registration takes place August 26, 28 and September 2, classes begin September 2. 
  • Grad Jackets ordered in June, can be picked up at the main office.

June 27, 2014

Todds Grad Banner

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June 27, 2014

Grad Photos Online

Grad Photos are now available online.  These are the originals from random shots and both photo booths.  Feel free to download all 554 of them.

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May 27, 2014

Oskāyak Student Recognized for Outstanding Achievement

Staff and students are very proud to celebrate with Andrē Bear-Couillonneur in his recognition for outstanding achievement at the SaskTel Aboriginal Youth Leadership awards, May 23, 2014 at TCU Place in Saskatoon.

"I believe when you can achieve balance between decolonized education and our culture and ceremony, astonishing success will happen both within yourself and the community around you.  My mentors are amazing people such as teachers and university professors, but the people I have benefited from the most are definitely the spiritual leaders who guide and direct my prayer and path through ceremonies.  My dream in life is to have our Treaties honoured and Mother Earth protected so we can live in harmony across Turtle Island."


Congratulations Andrē!  We're all very proud of you!

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May 26, 2014

Aboriginal Artists Symposium

Oskāyak Students had an opportunity to attend the Aboriginal Art Symposium on May 22 - 24th at the Sheraton Cavalier.  The even t was sponsored by CARFAC SASK and had students in evolved in painting, cartooning and presentations by several prominent Saskatchewan Aboriginal artists. 


May 20, 2014

Entrepreneurship Students attend Potash Corp GAM

Oskāyak Entrepreneurship students had an up close look at the inner workings of the Potash Corporation.  Students were invited to attend the general annual meeting Thursday, and were given a behind the scenes look at the Saskatchewan based mining company, celebrating it's 25th year as a private company with origins as a crown corporation.  Students were given celebrity treatment with personal greetings from William (Bill) Doyle, outgoing CEO of Potash Corp..  They were also invited to the opening ceremony, were given a behind the scenes look into the media centre, and attended the business luncheon, networking with shareholders and Potash Corp. employees.  We were all very thankful of the opportunity! 

Jessie Scott with Potash Corp. CEO William Doyle


May 20, 2014

Oskāyak High School Receive National Recognition

Oskāyak High School receives honourable mention and national recognition as one of seven school programs for potential to change learning.  The Canadian Education Association host the award each year to identify and recognize Canadian Educators that are changing the culture of schools by providing students with the space to follow their passions and contribute to the development of their own learning pathways.  

According to the award web site, "Canadian educators who weren't afraid to change the traditional school day model are honoured with the 2014 Ken Spencer Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning."


To learn more about the Ken Spencer award and the Canadian Education Association, visit

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May 1, 2014

Oskayak Garage Sale, Car Wash and BBQ

Come support the Indigenous Cultural Exchange program through our fundraising even this Saturday.  

May 1, 2014

GSCS Pow Wow at E.D. Feehan