Yukon First NationLanguage Resources

First Nation Language Programs in Yukon Schools

In Part 5 of the Education Act, the Government of Yukon requires that First Nations languages be taught in Yukon schools. With the exception of Tagish, all of the Yukon First Nations languages are being taught as second-language programs in 20 Yukon schools.

Yukon Schools First Nations Language Programs

2015-2016 Yukon First Nation Language School Programs

Rural Communities

Community
School
Language
Grades
Frequency
Beaver Creek Nelnah Bessie John N. Tutchone K-9 Mon-Fri
Carcross Ghùch Tlâ Community Tlingit K-9 Mon-Fri
Carmacks Tantalus N. Tutchone K-12 Mon-Fri
Dawson Robert Service Hän K-4 Mon-Fri
Destruction Bay Kluane Lake School S. Tutchone K-6 Tues-Fri
Haines Junction St. Elias Community S. Tutchone K-11 Mon-Fri
Mayo J. V. Clark N. Tutchone K-12 Mon-Fri
Old Crow Chief Zzeh Gittlit Gwich'in K-10 Mon-Fri
Pelly Crossing Eliza Van Bibber N. Tutchone K-12 Mon-Fri
Ross River Ross River Kaska K-10 Mon-Fri
Teslin Teslin Tlingit K-9 Mon-Fri
Watson Lake Johnson Elementary Kaska K-7 Mon-Fri
Watson Lake Watson Lake Secondary Kaska 8-12 Mon-Fri

Whitehorse Schools

School
Grades
Frequency
Elijah Smith Elementary K-7 Mon-Fri
Hidden Valley Elementary    
Jack Hulland Elementary    
Selkirk Street Elementary K-7 Mon-Fri
Takhini Elementary 2-7 Mon-Fri
Whitehorse Elementary 1-7 Mon-Fri
F. H. Collins Secondary (Gwich'in) 8-12 Mon-Fri
Porter Creek Secondary School 11/12 Mon-Fri

Yukon Native Language Centre Graduation Lists