Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School
Fort Simpson, NT
Our Community of Łı̨́ı̨́dĺ̨ı̨́ı̨́ Kų́ę́ and our School
Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School (formerly Thomas Simpson School) is located in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories. The grades taught at Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School in include Grade 7 to Grade 12 and has a student population of approximately 100 students. The demographic of the student body is made up primarily Dene, Inuit, and Métis People.
Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School staff includes 8 classroom teachers, one principal, one program support teacher, one guidance counsellor, one Dene Zhatie -language teacher, two Educational Assistants, one secretary, and two custodians.
All staff at Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School are committed to meeting the needs of all learners in an inclusive environment. Staff are educated in self-regulation and reading strategies that allow more literacy-based learning to happen in the classroom. In order to allow greater variety of course offerings to our students Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School students have access to e-learning through the Northern Distance Learning.
Students at Líídlįį Kúę Regional High School enjoy a variety of athletic and after school programs including: cadets, soccer, basketball, badminton, table tennis, baking, music, language, travel club, and homework club.