Live & Learn in Saskatchewan

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

  • Program Established: 1996
  • Programs Offered: Full Year, 1 Semester, Short Term
  • Educational Programs offered in: English, French
  • Total number of schools: 45
  • High schools for international students: 4
  • Total Students: 17000
  • Total International Students: 100
  • International Students Accepted for Grades: K-12
  • Nearest Airport: John G. Diefenbaker International Airport (YXE), Saskatoon

Our teachers are highly educated, governmentcertified, professional, and dedicated. Most have several university degrees. Students attending Saskatoon Catholic high schools take courses in English language, history, physical education, wellness, mathematics, science, and social studies. In addition, students must take a course in biology, chemistry or physics, and choose from electives such as graphic arts, digital production, music, art, drama or French. There is also a program of studies for students whose first language is French, or for those who wish to enter French immersion. We have certified ESL teachers and offer ESL courses to all of our students. Many of our students have very little English when they first arrive here. International students benefit from full integration into classes where English is the language of instruction. International students also take part in small independent ESL classes that focus on their specific language needs. These classes are credit courses which makes it easier to graduate sooner.

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division No.119

  • Program Established: 1997
  • Programs Offered: Academics
  • Educational Programs offered in: English
  • Total number of schools: 7
  • Total Students: 9000
  • Nearest Airport: Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport (YXE)

Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division is a publicly funded, public school division. As such, we welcome students of all faiths and backgrounds, and provide a range of programming that is the envy of school divisions across the province. Students looking for that wide range of programming, provided in a values-laden environment, have found great comfort, and success, in our schools. Location: We are a large school division geographically, with schools located in the City of Prince Albert, as well as in rural areas in all four directions from the city, ranging from Big River to St. Louis to Kinistino to Meath Park to Christopher Lake, and many points in between.