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School Boards

In the Yukon, school board trustees oversee how designated schools are run. They work with the Department of Education to make sure educational programs meet students' needs.

School Board Elections

The Minister of Education has directed Elections Yukon to conduct a by-election to fill one vacant trustee position on the First Nation School Board (FNSB). The by-election period is January 18 to February 12, 2024. More information is now available for electors and candidates.

Elections for school board trustees are held every three years.  The last general election was on November 7, 2022. The official results provide the list of elected trustees.

The next general elections for school board trustees will be in fall 2025.

Yukon School Boards

The Yukon has two school boards. Combined, the boards are designated to oversee 14 schools.

Commission scolaire francophone du Yukon (CSFY)

  • École Émilie-Tremblay
  • Centre scolaire secondaire communautaire Paul-Émile-Mercier (CSSC Mercier)
  • École Nomade

First Nation School Board (FNSB)

  • Chief Zzeh Gittlit
  • Eliza Van Bibber
  • Ghùch Tlâ Community School
  • Grey Mountain Primary 
  • Johnson Elementary 
  • Kluane Lake
  • Nelnah Bessie John
  • Ross River School
  • St. Elias Community School
  • Takhini Elementary
  • Watson Lake Secondary

Additional Information

For more information about school board elections, see the Frequently Asked Questions page.