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The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Program

Achieve your Award and a High School Credit!

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Program provides an opportunity for high school students to earn a special project credit while achieving the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. The Award is a non-competitive program designed to encourage young people to develop positive skills and habits. It consist of three levels; Bronze, Silver and Gold. To achieve The Award, participants must set and achieve goals in a few different program areas; community service, physical recreation, skill development, adventurous journey, and residential project. To learn more about this opportunity come to see Mr. LePage or visit www.dukeofed.org 

 


 

 

One stop to answer many of your questions!

Want to learn about the special program offers?

Facts and stats about universities? Click at

www.univcan.ca/universities/

Wondering about tuition fees at the different universities? Click at

http://www.univcan.ca/universitites/facts-and-stats/tuition-fees-by-university/  


 

Ministry of Education

High School Transcripts
 
 
All requests for an official high school transcript from Ministry of Education must be submited on line.
To request a transcript click here
 

 

English Proficiency Test 

for more information visit

University of Regina @ www.uregina.ca/futurestudents/admissions/english-proficiency.html

and/or

University of Saskatchewan @ www.explore.usask.ca/elp


 Applying for a college in Ontario?
  the centralized application service for Ontario's
28 public colleges and the more than 5000 programs they offer.
If you need help come to see us in the guidance office.


 
Safety Training/Health Science Careers
 
In partnership with the Saskatchewan Safety Council and WorkSfe Saskatchewan, the RDIEC is offering the Early Safety Training Program which provides an opportunity for interested Grade 12's to obtain safety certification at no cost to the student. For the Health Care Provider Session, the program provides HCP First Aid/CPR,WHMIC and Transfer, Lifting and Repositioning elective. NOTE: this level of First Aid/CPR is necessary to enter into professions such as Nurse, EMT, Paramedic, Firefighter, etc. The program requires an approximate 20 hour commitment. The school will allow students to attend, and the absence will be excused, but students are responsible for all material missed in class.  As a pre-requisite, students will have to complete the Young Workers Readiness Certificate and WHMIS.
For Young Workers Readiness test click at www.worksafesask.ca/training/online-courses
 

University of Regina High School Accelerated Program
 

The U of R Accelerated program allows grade 12 students to take first year university classes in high school, community, online, on-campus or through the regional colleges. Classes offered through Accelerated Program can be used toward most university degree programs.

For more information visit

www.uregina.ca/cce/flexible-credit/hs-accelerated/index.html

or contact

 Centre for Continuing Education, University of Regina, College Building, Room 104, College Avenue and Scarth Street, Regina, SK S4S 0A2 Phone: 306-585-5807 Email:learnmore@uregina.ca



Day Courses, Evening Courses, Correspondence Courses
For registration dates, tuition cost, available courses or more information click here
 

 
Distance Learning - Grade 12 Online Courses - Parkland College
Parkland College offers the following Grade 12 online courses:

English Language Arts A30 English Language Arts B30
Pre-Calculus 20 Pre-Calculus 30
Foundations of Math 20 Foundations of Math 30
Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20 NEW Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 NEW
Biology 30 Chemistry 30
Physical Sciences 20 Physics 30
Earth Sciences 30 NEW Psychology 30
Native Studies 30 Law 30
Social Studies 30

For more information please contact Rosemarie Glowa at 306-786-2581 or email gr12online@parklandcollege.sk.ca 



Regina Trades & Skills on FaceBook!

Are you interested in a trade? Do you want a career in the trades but don't know where to start?

Here's how it works: Employers tell the RTSC what jobs they need workers for, then high school students and adults are trained for those entry-level positions. In just eight to 12 weeks. No tuition!

Not only do you come out with a job, your training counts toward apprenticeship and becoming a certified journeyperson.

Check out the Regina Trades & Skills FaceBook Page for contact and program information!


 

The Application Form for Applying for Admission to Ontario's Universities

Ontario Universities Application Centre is a central bureau whose main function is the processing of applications for admission to the province's universities.

To learn more about the application proccess and/or to apply click here

Saskatchewan High School students need to complete OUAC 105 Application form 

Come to the Guidance Office if you require assistance.


 

The Common Application Form for Applying for Admission to American Colleges & Universities

The Common Application simplifies the U.S. College admission process by saving time and eliminating duplication of effort. The Common Application is available online only. Once completed copies of the Application for Undergraduate Admission and associated secondary school forms may be sent to any of the participating colleges and universities. This allows students to spend less time on the busywork of applying for admission in the United States, and more time on what's really important. There are 456 educational institutions who are included in the Common Application. To apply or for more information visit www.commonapp.org

 


ACT: Your Chance to Get Ahead!

Why take the ACT? The ACT test is accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the United States. The ACT is based on information you are learning in high school. Two test options are available. 1) The ACT (no writing) which is made up of four multiple-choice tests in English, mathematics, reading and science. 2) The ACT Plus Writing, which includes the four multiple-choice tests plus a 30 minute Writing Test. Check out www.actstudent.org for further information. The University of Regina is the closest test center (Center Code 222340).

 The ACT Test Dates for 2016/2017

TEST DATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE LATE FEE REQUIRED
 September 10, 2016 August 7, 2016  August 8-19, 2016
 October 22, 2016  September 16, 2016  September 17-30, 2016
 December 10, 2016  November 4, 2016  November 5-18, 2016
 April 8, 2017  March 3, 2017  March 4-17, 2017
 June 10, 2017  May 5, 2017  May 6-19, 2017
     

ALL students testing outside the US must register on the web. Students must establish a free ACT web account in order to register. After providing the information requested to create the account, click the "Register to Test" link and follow the instructions on the web screens to complete your registration. Payment must be made by valid credit card. 

Campbell Collegiate ACT Code: 829-455


 

Saskatchewan's Student Financial Assistance Program

The Saskatchewan Student Financial Assistance program offers a range of loans, grants and bursaries to help full and half-time students to continue post secondary educations. 

For more information about financing or to apply click at

Student Loans


2016 - 2017 SAT Program Calendar

COLLEGE BOARD HIGH SCHOOL CODE NUMBER: (Enter this number where requested when you register)

829455

The University of Regina is the closest test center.

REGISTRATION DEADLINES

 

Test Dates   Oct 1
Nov 5
Dec 3
Jan 21 May 6
June 3
Registration Deadlines

Early Registration Deadline

Regular Registration Deadline

Deadline for Changes

Aug 22

Sept 1

Sept 20

Sept 21

Oct 7

Oct 25

Oct 19

Nov 3

Nov 22

Dec 7

Dec 21

Jan 10

Mar 22

Apr 7

Apr 25

Apr 25

May 9

May 24

SAT Subject Tests

Literature

Biology E/M, Chem., Physics

Mathematics Levels 1 & 2

U.S. History

World History

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Subject Tests in Languages are available on most dates as well. 

Registration must be received by the deadlines. If applying through a SAT International Representative, submit your registration by the early deadline.

Sunday administrations usually occur the day after each Saturday test date for students who cannot test on Saturday due to religious observance.  Please visit sat.org/international for the most up-to-date schedule of tests and country-specific information

Deadlines expire at 11:59 P.M., U.S. Eastern Time

Register at www.sat.org/international

Learn more at www.sat.org/test-day

 

Khan Academy has teamed up with the creator of the SAT  to create personalized SAT practice for anyone, anywhere. In March 2016, the SAT is changing, and students can prepare for it on Khan Academy - for free.

Check it out at www.khanacademy.org/sat

 

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