Pre-Cam Community School is in the community of La Ronge, Saskatchewan situated on Lac La Ronge.  The Town of La Ronge and its surrounding area have a population base of approximately 6500 people. We are the largest northern community and we are located in some of the most scenic geography (lakes, trees and forests) in the province, two and a half hours north of Prince Albert.

Pre-Cam Community School has a student population of 500+ with predominantly First Nation and Metis students and is a Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6 school. Our school offers a dual track English and a French Immersion program.  Our K-6 students also attend three satellite classes in Cree Language and Culture, Arts Education and Physical Education. We also offer a Pre-K program at Pre-Cam as well as at Kikinahk Friendship Centre through a partnership with their Aboriginal Head Start program.

Our community has many services or organizations that we partner with to assist and support our students and families. Some of these include: The Town of La Ronge; Lac La Ronge Indian Band(LLRIB); Northwinds Bus Lines; RCMP; Saskatchewan Health Authority(SHA); Early Childhood Intervention Program(ECIP); Child & Family Services(CFS); Kikinahk Friendship Centre & Aboriginal Head Start(AHS); Lac La Ronge Food Bank; Long Term Care; Alex Robertson Public Library; Churchill Community High School(CCHS) to name a few. We also receive support from Northern Lights School Division(NLSD #113).

School Mission Statement

Pre-Cam Community School


To empower our children in a welcoming community filled with rich cultural and educational


The students at Pre-Cam Community School will experience mitho-pimatisowin (The Good Life)
supported by positive relationships being built in an environment where all are respected,
valued, and accepted.

  • Pre-Cam is safe and welcoming
  • Classroom instructional time is valued with minimal interruptions
  • Ongoing professional development and life-long learning is fostered, so that outcome oriented instruction is student-focused, inclusive, relevant, and meaningful
  • Students’ physical, emotional, social, spiritual, mental, and academic needs are equally cared for and nurtured
  • Student progress is recognized and celebrated
  • Staff, parents, and community members work together towards the common goal of every student succeeding
  • Every student becomes a contributing citizen and lifelong learner
  • Students and staff meet each day with optimism and positivity
  • Students, staff, and community are responsible, respectful, safe, and kind (The 4B’s)
  • We are committed to being good stewards of Mother Earth