Hamiota offers comprehensive Elementary and High School programs. The High School offers a variety of academic courses including business, cooperative career classes and distance education. Average annual enrollment consists of 270 students.
Hamiota Nursery School
Village United Early Learning Centre (formerly known as Hamiota Kids Club) opened its doors in May 2004, opening the second location in Hamiota for Nursery School and School Age Children in September 2008.
The early learning and school age centres are open year round, offering activities that are appropriate for all ages and stages of the children in our care, encompassing all areas of development. Our Nursery School operates 9 months of the year and offers both Junior and Senior aged classes. Senior classes run the Handwriting Without Tears Program, which is also used in the Kindergarten classroom, and the Junior classes touch on the program while remaining within the abilities and interests of the children.
HAMIOTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Kindergarten – Grade 5)
The new playground features a recently expanded formal play ground equipped with several structures for the enjoyment of all youth.
Intramurals are also offered as extra-curricular activities at noon hours. The Elementary School also offers a strong music program and resource courses to its students.
Events held on a regular basis at the Elementary are the Birdtail Festival of the Arts, Christmas Concert, Winter Carnival, Field Day, as well as a Fall Open House, held early in the school year. Principal Bruce Coulter can be reached at 842-2823 or at email@example.com.
HAMIOTA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (grades 6 – Senior 4)
The Business Education, and High School Program, along with Distance Education, Apprenticeship, and the CTS courses provide a variety of options to all students in Senior 1 to 4, including French and Computer courses. In addition to academics, HCI has a very active extra-curricular program. Activities include opportunities in drama, music and sports, for all our students. Career Guidance and Student Support Services are also made available to students attending HCI. A newsletter helps to keep the general public informed of the various activities occurring. The Student Council is active in fundraising and special functions on an annual basis. Events held on a regular basis at the Collegiate are the Birdtail Festival of Arts, a variety of Band Concerts, the annual Drama Production, Christmas Concert, as well as a variety of sports tournaments. Spring Registration and Orientation is held in April of each year. Principal Bruce Coulter can be reached at 842-2803 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hamiota Student Council
This organization helps out with many school and community activities. Their goal is to raise money to be put toward school programs which allows the school to function at its best. Every June the council organizes a Relay for Life event.
Major fundraisers each year are the fowl supper and magazine campaign, plus many ‘school spirit’ days to keep the students involved. Contact the Collegiate for details. Mrs. Huberdeau (204) 842-2803