Oskāyak High School in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan serves First Nations and Métis youth in Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. The school focuses on language acquisition, Indigenous cultural knowledge and ways of knowing through such methods as treaties in Art class, traditional pursuits in Wellness, beading patterns in Math, and traditional seasonal names in Science. The mandate of Oskāyak is to serve the whole person in mind, body, spirit, and emotion. With culture at the core, students can participate in First Nations drumming, dancing, sage gathering, powwows, feasts, round dances, and sweat lodges on a regular basis. Supports are available to students in the form of transportation assistance to get to school, a breakfast and lunch program, counselling, daycare services, Elder support, social workers, nurses, and a home-school liaison worker.