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Prince Charles School, through the awâsis Program, serves the North Edmonton area (52 School Catchment areas) through a chosen, alternative, Kindergarten (full-day) to Grade 6, program designed to meet the educational needs of urban First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children while embedding the richness of nêhiyawêwin (Cree) Language and Culture. Approximately 95% of the students attending PC are Indigenous. Transportation service is provided to families through Edmonton Public Schools. 
All Kindergarten-Grade 6 students are provided with a breakfast / snack  through the Alberta School Nutrition Program in partnership with e4c.

Additional community partners supporting students and families include The Family Centre (full-time Success Coach, weekly Mental Health Therapist and a Roots and Wings Worker), Apple Schools, Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society (Coyote Pride), Urban Spirits, and Edmonton Gateway Rotary Clubs, amiskwaciy Academy, Spirit North, Edmonton Islamic Academy, Boilermakers, TELUS World of Science, Christmas Bureau, Edmonton Food Bank, and Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada.