The Keewaytinook Internet High School
(KiHS) runs in the majority of NAN's communities and is offered to non-Native communities.
Students in northern Ontario have the option of completing their high school studies through the Keewaytinook Internet High School
(KiHS), launched in 1999, which is operated under the auspices of Keewaytinook Okimakanak, a non-political chiefs' council serving several First Nations in the vast northern region of Ontario.
Keewaytinook Internet High School
will purchase computers, videoconferencing units and Internet Protocol telephones, cameras and projectors for 13 classrooms and the administrative offices.
Currently, students have to either leave the community to attend high school or complete their studies through the Keewaytinook Internet high school
run by Keewaytinook Okimakanak, the non-political chiefs council that serves Deer Lake, Fort Severn, Keewaywin, McDowell Laker, North Spirit Lake and Poplar Hill First Nations.