Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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Saskatchewan provides high-quality learning experiences for all students in a welcoming and supportive environment for Kindergarten to Grade 12 (elementary and secondary). This inclusive environment is demonstrated by the support that schools offer students who are learning English as an additional language. Saskatchewan schools provide a wide variety of programs to meet student needs and interests, such as French Immersion, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate Diploma Programs, and sports programs among others. After successfully completing high school, students are well prepared to pursue post-secondary studies.
K-12 international students wishing to study in Saskatchewan are invited to contact the institutions listed below for more information on their international student program. These institutions have developed approved COVID-19 readiness plans and are deemed ready by the provincial and federal governments to receive international students.
Chinook School Division – Swift Current
Greater Saskatoon Catholic International High School Program – Saskatoon
Athol Murray College of Notre Dame – Wilcox
Briercrest Christian Academy High School – Caronport
Luther College High School – Regina
Lutheran Collegiate Bible Institute – Outlook
Regina Christian School – Regina
Rosthern Junior College High School – Rosthern
For information on studying in Canada, please visit the federal government website.
You can also find information regarding federal government travel requirements/advisories.
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