Cornerstone Christian School (CCS) offers a pre-school to Grade 12 program, with fully certified Saskatchewan Teachers Federation (STF) teachers. CCS is recognized by the Government of Saskatchewan as an Associate School, which means the school is responsible to the local public school board - Prairie South School Division #210, but maintains it’s distinctiveness through the agreement between the public board and the school’s private board. Location: Cornerstone Christian School is located approximately 45 minutes west of Regina in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan, a city of approximately 32,000 people
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.
In addition to offering the provincial core curriculum, we offer a Catholic religious education program from grades 9-12. At Saint Mary High, we have a sense of "family", and as a “family” we learn together, have fun together, and support each other. We strive to build a strong sense of community and fellowship, fueled by our common faith that makes the atmosphere of our schools welcoming and nurturing. Saint Mary High is located in the city of Prince Albert, the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.
The Prince Albert Roman Catholic School Division No.6 has proudly been serving students and families for 130 years! Our school division has made history as one of the oldest school divisions in this province of Saskatchewan. The school division was proclaimed by Queen Victoria on March 23rd in 1887, a time when the province had not been named Saskatchewan yet and was considered to be part of the North-West Territories. The Prince Albert Catholic School Division offers a wide range of programs and services. We offer Kindergarten to Grade 12 in both English and French Immersion. In addition to teaching the provincial curriculum, our students have many opportunities to be involved in an ever-expanding curricular and extra-curricular program. It is our hope that students experience success built on a strong sense of welcome and witness within the Prince Albert Catholic "family". Location: Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, after Saskatoon and Regina. It is situated near the center of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.
Rosthern Junior College is more than just a school it is a safe living environment where every student is included and encouraged to explore their gifts and find places of involvement and belonging within our nurturing community. RJC helps students develop respectful and ethical relationships, where each person is valued and where we are accountable for our actions, decisions, and behaviors. We encourage and affirm students to do their very best, whether in academics, leadership, service, athletics, music, or the arts. Situated on a beautiful 17 acre campus, Rosthern Junior College facilities accommodate numerous activities. Outdoor basketball, beach volleyball, tennis courts, a soccer field, ball diamond, football field and an indoor skating arena host a variety of athletics activities. There is also a gazebo and fire pit for quiet times and student gatherings. Our facilities surround a student residence, which houses the cafeteria and student center with a TV room, games room and a quiet sitting area. The lower level of the residence has a theatre which was built for guest speakers, dinner theatres, drama classes, performances, special lectures and student movie nights. The school is a short walk from the residence and has spacious classrooms, a chapel, library, computer lab, science lab, fitness room and a full gymnasium with a stage. All facilities, both in the school and the residence, are wheelchair accessible.
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.
At Birch Hills Public School you will see that our focus on literacy is leading to success for students. Years ago a person was defined as “literate” if they could read and write at an eighth grade level; however our world has changed dramatically over the past few decades. To be literate today means so much more than the ability to read and write. We believe that literacy begins with basic skills in reading, writing, math, and other areas but literacy becomes the ability to think, apply knowledge and communicate in all subject areas. This understanding of literacy guides all that we do. Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division is a place of excellence and we are proud of the work we do with students, families and other partners in our educational community. The town of Birch Hills is located southeast of the city of Prince Albert and the reserve of Muskoday First Nation. The community takes its name from hills in the area, which were once heavily treed with birches that were used in manufacturing birch bark canoes during the fur trade era of the 18th century.
Over 1700 students and more than 90 full time teachers participate in the widest variety of courses available at any school in Saskatchewan. In addition to a full offering of academic classes, we have numerous areas of fine arts courses for students to choose from, as well as a wide range of practical and applied arts classes. We have classes for every kind of student! Carlton High School is in the city of Prince Albert, the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, after Saskatoon and Regina, and is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.
At Meath Park School, we envision a respectful school community that demonstrates positive values, honours diversity, and embraces continuous learning. We will foster shared leadership and value accountability while providing a safe and caring learning environment. Staff at MPS are dedicated to honouring life-long learning and encourage students to approach the future with confidence, independence and self-awareness. We will model consistency, responsibility, respect, and empathy. As a team, we will work collaboratively to create the best possible environment that supports student well-being and learning success. Our mission is to empower students to positively influence their own life paths and the lives of others. Within a focused community of learning, our students will become responsible contributing members of their communities. Incorporated as a village in 1938, Meath Park (now population 460) is within a short driving distance of a multitude of recreational opportunities available at Prince Albert National Park and Emma, Christopher and Candle Lakes.
Prince Albert Collegiate Institute (PACI) strives to achieve success in a supportive environment. Students attending our school live in both rural and urban areas reflecting our community and surrounding area. The academic program at PACI is strong. We are proud to provide our students with the foundation to be successful in post-secondary programs. We can proudly refer to examples of recent PACI graduates who are now engineers, nurses and teachers. Others are working towards becoming journeymen trades people. Still others have started businesses or have joined the work force. The PACI Alumni Association is supporting our future as they provide scholarships for our students, have provided technological enhancements and supported the creation of our dance studio. PACI has a cherished spot in the community of the city of Prince Albert. We aim to continue that place at the core of our community by offering students opportunities to practice leadership and engage in authentic learning experiences within and outside of the classroom.
Our School is in the continual process of developing responsible, respectful, educated and productive citizens. We believe: We have high educational standards and expectations for our students | We are committed to meeting the needs of our staff, students and their families | We respect each other and our school | We endeavor to grow and succeed in all realms (physical, mental, social and spiritual) | We want to have fun as we work, learn and play together. The Village of St. Louis, Saskatchewan is in central Saskatchewan, with a population of 450. It is a rural agricultural community situated on the scenic and historic South Saskatchewan River just a few kilometers east of the famous Northwest Metis Rebellion at Batoche. St. Louis offers quiet small town charm and peaceful living, with the modern conveniences of the larger cities only minutes away.
The City of Saskatoon, with a population of approximately 250,000, is Saskatchewan’s largest city, and is known for its friendly hospitality and diverse culture. This western Canadian fourseason destination with its scenic parkland setting on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River has gained a reputation as a great place to both live and work. Saskatoon enjoys more hours of sunshine annually than any other Canadian city, making it easy to take advantage of the over 400 acres of riverbank trails and parks for hiking and biking. Saskatoon has exceptional museums, award-winning golf courses, professional and amateur theatre groups, a symphony, and numerous art galleries. One of North America’s most beautiful campuses, the University of Saskatchewan is central to the community. The expanding importance of the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron makes Saskatoon a prominent player on the world stage in Science research and development.