Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

Operating Budget


The Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Board of Education passed its 2013-2014 operating and capital budget in June 2013. The budget covers the period beginning September 1, 2013, ending August 31, 2014.

2013-2014 Operating and Capital Budget



Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools electors have several opportunities to impact priorities for each year's education budget.

Express Your Views by Phone, Fax, Mail or E-mail

Fax: 659-2011
Mail: Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Board of Education
420 - 22nd St. East
Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 1X3

Joel Lloyd -


Principles and Guidelines for Developing Budget Estimates


Speak With Your Trustee


School board trustees are elected to represent you on the Catholic school board. You can speak directly with a trustee to express your views. Trustee contact information is found on the Board of Education page of this site.




It is important for Catholic taxpayers to ensure their tax notice states they are of the Catholic Faith so that their school taxes are directed to the Catholic school division. Without this designation, property taxes are automatically directed to public schools. Tax declaration forms are available at your municipal or RM office.

If you require information or assistance regarding any aspect of school taxes, please contact the Superintendent of Administrative Services Donald Lloyd by telephone (659-7021), fax (659-2011) or email

Read Questions & Answers about tax declaration in this PDF document.


Financial Reporting

Audited Financial Statements (PDF Format)







Treasurer's Report - Presented at the Annual Meeting of Electors (PDF Format)








Chart representing details of revenues and expenditures (PDF Format)







Mill Rate


The 2009-2010 provincial budget introduced significant changes for education funding and the property tax system in Saskatchewan. The provincial government now determines the mill rate to be levied for publicly funded school divisions. It sets province-wide tax rates for each of the three major property classes - residential, commercial and agricultural.

Minority faith school boards can still set different tax rates, as is their constitutional right, but if they choose to set a higher rate, any increased revenue will be subtracted from the provincial grant. If the rate is lower, the government will assume the board's funding requirements have decreased and it will adjust its grant accordingly.


Facilities - Construction


This PDF document lists the five-year capital and school facilities requirements of Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools as approved in November 2012 by the Board of Education. This list has been submitted to the provincial Ministry of Education.



Rental of Facilities

You must submit your rental request online at least 7 days in advance - no exceptions. Instructions are available below. Please read them and have a copy handy when you first visit the online booking site.

PDF - Instructions - Using the GSCS Online Facility Booking System


Online Booking Site

Visit the GSCS Online Facility Booking Site


Additional Information

Rental Fees, Regulations and Procedures

Facility Rental Policy  - Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

User Group Log Sheet




Please contact Ray Hickey at 659-7018 or email