Moricetown Elementary School
iCount High School
Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm the Wet'suwet'en Child and Family Center offers Day Care services for working and student parents.
We operate a BC First Nations Head Start Program designed to enhance our children's early development, school readiness and family wellness. The 6 components of the Head Start Program are; Culture and Language, Education, Health, Nutrition, Family Involvement and Social Support.
Our Day Care welcomes family and community input.
You may contact our licensing office at 250-631-4222 with any questions or concerns pertaining to our center.
Moricetown Elementary is a FNESC Accredited Independent School for students in Kindergarten to Grade 7. We follow the Ministry of Education Guidelines while also providing Wet'suwet'en language and cultural lessons.
Our School promotes health and wellness, literacy and proper behavior.
FNESC also supports our Special Education, Professional Development and Parent Club Programs.
The Moricetown Elementary School strongly encourages parent and family involvement. Each classroom is provided with funds to host Parent-Interaction Activities with students.
The iCount Program is holistic education without borders.
We are a FNSEC Accredited Independent School that offers an alternate option to the Public School System.
We offer outside-the-box and personalized lesson plans that meet the individual needs of our students. iCount balances the Ministry of Education Guidelines with cultural studies, field trips and personal growth.
We believe that love, patience and positive reinforcement allows students to explore and develop their own unique interests and talents. The iCount team strives to grow the inner person in relation to the changing world around us.
The iCount Team welcomes family and community involvement. For more information please contact us at 778-210-0036 or visit us at
The Kyah Wiget Adult Education Center offers Grade 12 Dogwood and upgrading courses in Moricetown.
Employment Counselor Bonnie George can assist you with education, resumes, cover letters, job hunting and mentoring.
Our partnership with Northwest Community College offers:
• Heavy Equipment Operator Foundations
• Construction Trade Laborer Training & Certificates
• Intro to Trades
• Cook’s Helper
• Other ASP funding as available
Through the Pipe fitters Union we also offer the Essential Skills Program. Our Skills Link Training is funded through FNESC and allows full-time students to work part-time.
The Computer Lab, Phone and Fax Machine is available to the community for job searches, resumes and networking.
The Kyah Wiget Adult Education Center is open Monday to Wednesday
9:00 am to 3:00 pm.