About Us

Niitsitapi il tass ksiii nii mat tsoo kop, the Niitsitapi Learning Centre, is an Preschool, Kindergarten to Grade 2 unique program that teaches the Alberta Program of Study through a diversity of First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives and experiences.

The school has grown since opening, and currently provides classes for students from Preschool - Grade 2. Find out more about our Programs, Focus & Approach.

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The Niitsitapi li tass ksiii nii mat tsoo kop (Niitsitapi Learning Centre) is a communal place of gathering to deepen knowledge and understanding of Indigenous ceremonies, histories, cultures, contributions, and ways of knowing for all.

The Niitsitapi Learning Centre is working closely with and being guided by the advice of community Elders to maintain and build key partnerships and to enhance educational opportunities for students, families, the Calgary Board of Education and community. 

If you are interested in building a relationship with the Niitsitapi Learning Centre or would like to inquire about the use of this facility for programs, celebrations or events, please email Acting Principal Alison Field.

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​​About the CBE

The CBE is the largest school district in Western Canada. Our mission is to ensure each student, in keeping with his or her individual abilities and gifts, completes high school with a foundation of learning necessary to thrive in life, work and continued learning. You can look on the CBE website for more information. ​​​

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Forest Lawn High School hosted the first-ever high school Esports Tournament - 8 schools competed in the popular game League of Legends, showcasing the excitement of competitive gaming and also highlighting the educational value and benefits it brings to students. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/bwFrVtuELs

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