The Government of Saskatchewan and the 28 school divisions across the province work together to support PreKindergarten through Grade 12 schooling and early learning programs that ensure all students are successful.
Find a child care provider, manage your child care business, and learn about early childhood education.
Learn more about holistic assessments designed to be used by all children. Access your child’s results and download digital storybooks to read with your child.
Parents or guardians who wish to provide a home-based education must submit a notice of intent and education plan.
Find information for newcomers on school divisions and support for students learning English as an Additional Language.
Learn more about how your school can explore other cultures through an international virtual classroom exchange.
Learn more about the Joint-Use Schools Project, the P3 model, locations, enrolment capacity, cost, design, and project timeline.
View live construction of the 18 new elementary schools on nine joint-use sites in Regina, Saskatoon, Warman and Martensville.
There are 28 school divisions across the province, which offer kindergarten to grade 12 schooling including 19 public school divisions, eight Catholic school divisions and one Francophone school division.
Learn about the supports that are available to students who need to learn English as an Additional Language at school.
Learn about the education and learning supports available for newcomer families.
Prekindergarten is an early childhood education program for children who are three and four years old.
Find reports and information about Saskatchewan K-12 Enrolment by school division type and grade.
Information for individuals interested in becoming involved with their School Community Council.
Information on Early Childhood, Primary, Middle and Secondary level assessments.
Recommend your students to participate in the three-month Saskatchewan-Quebec student exchange program in the fall or winter.
Ensuring Saskatchewan students are safe and supported at school and in their communities.
French second-language programs such as French Immersion, Intensive and Post-Intensive French and Core French are offered in schools throughout the province.
Learn about the opportunities to study languages that support Saskatchewan students.
Information about programs and services that support students of all abilities, strengths and needs.