Dennis Franklin Cromarty is a private First Nations high school in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Through excellence in academics, traditional learning and lots of fun, the Thunder Hawks are proud to become all we can be!
for lifelong learning.
our youth our traditional values
Final Interagency letter July 18 v
Thank you Sean for putting together this amazing video on DFC. This video was shared at the chief’s meeting two weeks ago and it has been posted to Facebook and Sean has tagged many of the people who have supported DFC and NNEC throughout the past school year. I understand that people are wanting to make donations to the DFC living centre now that this has gone viral. We will be setting up an online donation link to our page for donations. Until the link is up and running, donations can be made to NNEC for the DFC living centre. Thank you again Sean for your dedication to our students.
AGM Notice Vic Inn Nov 2017
We are committed to supporting a First Nations’ education system that enforces academic standards, reinforces cultural identity, and enables learners to contribute with confidence to the well-being of the global community
Traditional activities, sports, school trips, and enrichment opportunities promote a vibrant, creative and fun community!
Our vision is to empower our students to achieve success without the loss of their identities, and gain the courage to change their world according to their values.