Department of Lifelong Learning

The MCFN believes that its education system should provide every lifelong learner with complete educational services so that his or her abilities and talents are developed in a manner that will preserve the dignity and democratic rights of the learner. Education will promote and enhance the culture, traditions, and lifestyles of The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. The MCFN endeavours to provide a relevant, meaningful, holistic education program, which will enhance the intellectual, physical, social, emotional and spiritual growth of all learners in order to prepare them to realize their education and career goals. Through the education process, each learner will realize self-respect, self-fulfillment, and an understanding of his/her relevancy in our society.

The educational objectives, methods of instruction, administration procedures, and evaluation procedures must exhibit our philosophy of education.

Important information:


Post Secondary Assistance Policy, Download Here

University of Waterloo Tuition Policy, Download Here

Post Secondary Tutoring Policy, Download Here

Post Secondary Online Application Instructions 2022, Download Here

Post Secondary Assistance Application, Click Here (online)

Post Secondary Assistance Application, Click Here 

Maxwell King High School Incentive Program Application, Download Here

Graduation Awards application, Download Here

COVID-19 Reimbursement Application, Download Here

Contact information:

905 768 0516
659 New Credit Road, Bldg. #5
Hagersville, ON
N0A 1H0

Patti Barber / LL Director

Bernadette O’Grady-Bomberry/ LL Post Secondary Advisor

Pet King / LL Clerk

Melissa Peckovic / LL Financial Assistant

Cindy Agius / Policy Analyst                                                                                

Heather Jamieson / LL Administrative Assistant

Nikki Shawana / LL Elementary Secondary Advisor

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