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April 18, 2017: Power of Ideas Tour:
Frontier Collegiate Institute Campus is one of three high schools in Manitoba hosting the Innovation 150: Power of Ideas Tour! More updates will be posted soon!…


April 13, 2016: Day of Pink and Brave the Shave:
The following images were posted on our Facebook Social Media page. Thank you staff and students who were all at the assembly on April 13, 2016!

Day of Pink


Frontier Collegiate Institute opens for 2015-16 (September 2015)

Welcome and welcome back to the Frontier Collegiate Campus! We hope everyone had a great summer holiday and back to complete more grades. For new coming students, we would like to encourage everyone to attend classes and have a great year.


Graduates of 2015 final day at Frontier Collegiate Institute (June 2015)

A big congratulations to the 42 Graduates who worked their hardest to complete their courses and achieved new milestones. The staff at Frontier Collegiate will miss them all, but also we’re all very happy for these young adults moving onto the next step in life and they are more than ready to face new challenges. We all wish you the very best from FCI!


Frontier Collegiate raised the highest in this year’s Brave the Shave and Day of Pink fundraiser for cancer awareness two times in a row! — June 8, 2015

The Brave the Shave Celebratory luncheon was held on Friday; June 5, 2015 in the FCI library. Our school raised $3416.10 to help the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) conduct research and as a result earned the distinction of being the school in Manitoba that raised the largest amount of money for the second consecutive year.
 We appreciated the support we received from Maurivic @ the CBCF Prairie & Northwest Territory Region, Michael & Lorraine @ Petryk’s Forest Products, Ron @ Wildwood Way, Subway, and Rick @ Rick’s Family Foods.


Frontier Collegiate Institute Raiders place first! Zone Title!!

Published by: Flin Flon Reminder — March 9, 2015 10:29 PM


The Frontier Collegiate Institute Raiders placed first in the recent Zone 11 basketball championships. The Raiders defeated Norway House 55-41 in the final to bring the banner home, and will now look to provincials in Niverville. Pictured are coach Tyler Johnston (back, from left), Devon Williams, Brydon Bighetty, Littlerapids Colomb, assistant coach Taylor Ducharme; and (front) Duran Miles, Linden Merasty, Devon Halkett, Buddy Moise and Jimmy Spence. Missing from the picture is Keegan Castel.