Long Plain First Nation believes that future of our next generation lies in the education of our children. We as a generation living through the current times are responsible for passing on the knowledge and values that we received from our ancestors to next generation. We also are responsible to equip them the knowledge and skills that can ensure their prosperous future and better correspondence with the current environment, the culture and age of science. There is no place better than our school to achieve this goal and perform the duty that is placed on our shoulders by our ancestors.
Long Plain School is locally controlled through a five member board and follows the Provincial academic curriculum. In addition to the regular academic courses we have added cultural and language component to programming in school. School has engaged elders from the community to create activities for kindergarten to class 5 to help them learn about Ojibway culture and language.