Acknowledging with respect the lands on which we live, work, play and learn as the traditional & unceded territories of the Gitxsan, Haisla, Nisga'a & Ts'msyen Peoples
Coast Mountains School District is committed to walking alongside local Nations to meet the needs of Indigenous learners and their families.
The Board of Education's Strategic Plan charts the course for student success.
Coast Mountains School District embraces and values diversity and inclusion, standing in support of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.
There are no pinned news posts to show.
Please be informed of the following Terrace-Thornhill bussing update for Thursday, December 7... Read more
In the wake of a community tragedy, parents and caregivers can become a pillar of support for their children navigating grief. Understanding how to address and assist their children during such times is crucial.... Read more
Coast Mountains School District lies on the traditional and unceded territories of the Gitxsan, Haisla, Nisga'a and Ts'msyen Nations in beautiful Northwest British Columbia. The district serves approximately 4,200 learners across 19 schools in the culturally rich communities of Hazelton, Kitimat, Kitwanga, Stewart and Terrace. The district's new visioning document – Engage, Ignite, Empower – focuses on student learning and well-being in inclusive and culturally responsive learning environments.
The Coast Mountains School District is visually stunning, with communities surrounded by the Coast Mountains Range, providing abundant world-class opportunities for personal pursuits in the great outdoors. Serving a population of approximately 20,000, the City of Terrace is the business hub of the Northwest, with several flights daily to all major centres.