Indigenous Graduate Honouring Ceremony

First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Graduates are invited to a special day to honour their success! This annual event is in addition to our school's traditional High School Graduation Ceremony.

The Indigenous Graduate Honouring Ceremony is a day-long event that includes cultural teachings and performances. Grads are then formally presented with a Métis Sash or Eagle Feather. Lunch is provided afterwards. To learn more, watch our video explaining the event: GPPSD Indigenous Graduate Honouring video.

Strudents must register to attend the event (see below). Families are invited to come to support their graduates on this special day.


DATE: Thursday, June 6, 2024
LOCATION: Camp Tamarack - Teepee Site (704081 Range Road 62, County of Grande Prairie)
10:00 am - Teachings
11:30 am - Indigenous Graduate Honouring Ceremony
1:30 pm - Lunch

Click the button below to register:



If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call our Indigenous Liaison, Veronica Bouvier.