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Renseignements en Français

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Transferring High School Credits from Out of Province

Transferring High School Credits to Saskatchewan

Depending on which jurisdiction you are arriving from, you will follow one of the two processes outlined below.

Transferring from a Canadian Province or Territory

If you are transferring from another province or territory, you should submit your official secondary school records to the principal of your new school. Refer to the Credit Transfer Guide to see what documents are accepted from the province/territory you are coming from. The principal will evaluate and submit equivalencies to the Ministry of Education.

Transferring from Another Country

If you are a newcomer to Canada and will be attending a high school in Saskatchewan to complete your secondary education, you require a secondary level credit transfer equivalency assessment from either the International Qualification Assessment Service (IQAS) in Alberta or the International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS) in Ontario. The cost of the IQAS or ICAS assessment is the responsibility of the student and family. The assessment is for secondary level course registration only.

You may apply for this assessment prior to arriving in Saskatchewan, thus eliminating the wait time to register in secondary level programs. The student and family must request that a copy of the assessment from IQAS or ICAS must be sent directly to or via mail at:

Student and Educator Services – Credit Transfer
1 – 2220 College Avenue

For more information, consult the Credit Transfer Guide.

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