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Renseignements en Français

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Saskatchewan High School Credit Options

In Saskatchewan, students have to pass certain courses such as English language arts, math and science in order to graduate with a Grade 12 program standing. Students must successfully complete and pass 24 course credits. At the secondary level, there are three categories in which students must obtain credits:

  • Required courses of study which are compulsory courses intended to provide a general education;
  • Specified areas of study which are intended to allow students to continue to take courses of a general nature or to specialize in areas of individual interest; and,
  • Electives which allow for further choice and specialization based on individual needs and local priorities.

Saskatchewan High School Credit Options provides an overview of what you need to graduate in Saskatchewan with a Grade 12 program standing – what's required and where you have choices.

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