Paatsaali School

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Paatsaali School
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Paatsaali School
Box 219

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Canada
Coordinates 56°32′24″N79°13′44″W / 56.54000°N 79.22889°W / 56.54000; -79.22889 Coordinates: 56°32′24″N79°13′44″W / 56.54000°N 79.22889°W / 56.54000; -79.22889
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Founded2011
School boardQikiqtani School Operations
SuperintendentTrudy Pettigrew (ED)
School number32
PrincipalTim Hoyt
Grades 7 to 12
Enrollmentapprox. 177 (September, 2017)
Language Inuktitut and English
Colour(s)Blue and Grey
MascotQajaq
Website www.paatsaali.ca/index.html

Paatsaali School is a high school in Sanikiluaq, Nunavut, Canada. Paatsaali School opened in 2011 and has 177 students [1]

Next door to the school is Nuiyak School, an elementary school with 126 students from kindergarten to grade six.

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References

  1. "Nunavut Teacher Induction Program: Paatsaali High School". Nunavut Department of Education. Retrieved 2020-06-26.