|Kugluktuk High School|
|School board||Kugluktuk District Education Authority|
|School district||Kitikmeot School Operations|
|Grades||6 to 12|
|Language||Inuinnaqtun and English|
|Colour(s)||Purple and gold|
|Team name||Kugluktuk Grizzlies|
Kugluktuk High School, known commonly as 'KHS', is in Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada. The school, which serves a town of some 1,500 people, has about 220 students from Grades 6 to 12. Kugluktuk is the most westerly hamlet in the Territory of Nunavut.
The high school, through the "Kugluktuk High School Athletics Association" also known as the "Kugluktuk Grizzlies", has created a non-profit, stay-in-school organization that uses sport and recreation opportunities as incentives for staying in school, and making healthy lifestyle choices. Currently, the membership has over 100 students. Through a variety of fundraisers, they provide the youth in both schools with opportunities largely centred around sport and travel.
Next door to KHS is Jimmy Hikok Ilihakvik serving students in K - Grade 5.
The school and the lacrosse team were featured in The Grizzlies , a drama about suicide in the community.
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