MANS at Hope Channel: In this Hope Chanel special program, host Brad Thorp chats with some of the people who make Mamawi Atosketan Native school what it is – the largest First Nations school in North America connected to the Adventist church.
Introduction to MANS: Get to know our school and students.
MANS 1st High School Graduation: MANS graduated its first Grade 12 class on Thursday, May 28. Frederick Crier-Jamerson and Coralie Nepoose are the school's first high school graduates. Together, Crier-Jameson and Nepoose were awarded more than $26,000 in scholarships to continue their educations at university or other post-secondary institutions. See highlights of the graduation in this video clip.
Investing in Success: Larry Wilkins is a First Nations businessman who knows what happens when we believe in First Nations youth and give kids opportunities to make the most of themselves—he's living proof.
Typhoon Haiyain & The Return of the Cupcakes: Students at MANS learn about giving back to their local and worldwide communities based on the biblical principle of "cast your bread upon the waters and it will return to you after many days." The students are blessed as they reach out to those in need.
Cyrus Drumming: MANS student Cyrus has a special talent. See him perform traditional Cree drumming and singing in a rendition of "Jesus Loves Me" at MANS' School Pow Wow.
Brayden Speaks: Brayden's story provides a window on the world in which our students live, and on how MANS' enriched curriculum helps them gain insight and skills.
We've Come So Far: An Oral History Documentary of MANS: Meet the first teacher/principal who started it all and some of the key people involved in the growth of Alberta's Mission School.
The Butterfly who Found Jesus: In this North American Division video produced as a Mission Spotlight, high school student Shaneek tells her story and brings viewers into her world at Mamawi Atosketan Native School.