High School

Province announces changes to graduation credit requirements for 2024-25 school year

Province announces changes to graduation credit requirements for 2024-25 school year

Nov 8, 2023 | 11:47am
The Government of Saskatchewan announced that they are changing the high school graduation requirements in the province to provide students with more choice and flexibility in their education. These changes will be implemented in the 2024-25 school year and will affect students entering Grade 10 in September 2024: The changes are based on insight and […]

New high school for Emerald Park/White City on top of school division’s wish list

Jan 23, 2023 | 2:44pm

A new high school for the White City/Emerald Park area is at the top of the annual list of major capital projects for the Prairie Valley School Division. Board chair Janet Kotylak said in a media release that the area is the only Saskatchewan community with a population over 5,000 that doesn’t have a high school. The modernization […]

5A High School Football Finals tonight, 6A Semi-finals tomorrow

Oct 27, 2022 | 7:58am

  The playoff stretch drive is heating up in Regina’s high school football this week, with the 5A Finals set to take place tonight. The 6A semi-finals are for tomorrow night. Earlier this week, Aaron Anderson, the Commissioner of Athletics of RHSAA joined Michael Ball to preview this week’s playoff matchups. The 5A Championship final […]

Regina high schools move to temporary remote learning January 20th

Jan 18, 2022 | 10:24am

The Regina Public School Division announced that all high schools will be moving to remote learning from January 20th to 24th inclusive. The move to remote learning is being made to ensure teachers will be available for finals without disruption due to illness or self-isolation, to minimize student exposure to COVID-19, and to allow the […]

Room to Improve on Graduation Rates

Jun 25, 2019 | 12:00pm

High school graduation rates are on the rise, but not nearly at the rate the province and the Provincial Auditor would like to see. The rate for graduating in three years a decade ago was 72.3 per cent and last year it was at 77.4. Provincial Auditor, Judy Ferguson, says the government announced in 2012 […]