The Beaufort Delta Divisional Education Council is the most Northerly school board in the Northwest Territories with all eight communities and nine schools located north of the Arctic Circle. BDDEC serves 1583 students in the region, is responsible for about 302 administrators, teachers and support staff, and oversees a budget of approximately $39.6 million.
The eleven members of Beaufort Delta Divisional Education Council include the Chairperson, representatives of eight communities and two Indigenous claimant groups of the Beaufort-Delta region in Canada’s Western Arctic (Inuvialuit and Gwich’in). The education body focuses on Indigenous Languages, culture-based education, literacy, numeracy and social responsibility annually in its strategic plan.
Shown below are the Communities, Schools and Educational Districts of the NWT.
Detail of the Beaufort Delta Education Council area
The Beaufort Delta Education Council will strengthen partnerships to build thriving school communities which embrace and deliver culture-based education by providing tools and resources for student success.
Empowered by culture-based education, students are inspired to succeed.
Graduation dates for 2021 are as follows:
• Angik School, Paulatuk, NT – TBA
• Helen Kalvak School, Ulukhaktok, NT – TBA
• East Three Secondary School, Inuvik, NT – TBA
• Mangilaluk School, Tuktoyaktuk, NT – TBA
• Chief Julius School, Fort McPherson, NT – TBA
• Moose Kerr School, Aklavik, NT – TBA
BEAUFORT DELTA EDUCATION COUNCIL
151 MACKENZIE RD
BAG SERVICE 12
INUVIK NT X0E 0T0
Phone: (867) 777-2332 (Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m to 5 p.m)
Fax: (867) 777-2469