Nakusp Secondary School

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Nakusp Secondary School
Nakusp Secondary School10 hours ago
Come out and join the Hike for Hospice on Saturday, June 1st. Help raise awareness and funds for Nakusp Hospice and have some fun while you are at it. See poster below for more info.
Nakusp Secondary School
Nakusp Secondary School13 hours ago
Congratulations to Tammy Hascarl, Calendar #185, for being our first repeat winner on the NSS MAYhem Calendar! You have won a Coleman 4 Person Tent ($200), Camping Chairs from Save on Foods ($90), a Picnic cooler & solar lights from Bon Marche/Dollar Dollar ($50) and a 5 Night Camping Stay or 2 Nights in a Cabin at Tukaluk Campground (value $295). Thank you to all our donors and thank you again to Tammy for your support of NSS Sports!
Nakusp Secondary School
Nakusp Secondary School2 days ago
Congratulations Leah Gilliland, Calendar #113 for winning today's NSS MAYhem Calendar Prize. Leah has won 2 Custom Graphic Hoodies from Your Green Kitchen ($120), a $50 Gift Certificate from the Hut and a gorgeous custom Necklace from Joleen Minchin Creations. Thank you to Rouve Hembling, The Hut & Joleen Minchin for your donations and Thank you to Leah for supporting NSS Sports!

Latest News and Events

Covid-19 Safety Plan Information – Here is a copy of the school’s safety plan. Please reach out to the office if you have any questions.

School Sector Update – COVID-19 – An update from the Ministry with guidelines for schools.

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Nakusp Secondary School opened in 1957 and is one of six schools in School District 10, Arrow Lakes.  It has a current school population of 149 students and 25 staff members. Students come into Grade 8 from the elementary schools in Nakusp, Burton  & Edgewood.

NSS is very much at the heart of Nakusp’s community with generations in the village having passed through the hallways of the school. This means that the community is very generous in the time it gives to the school whether through coaching school teams, mentoring students in work placements, volunteering time in class, sharing expertise or attending monthly PAC meetings.