Oskayak High School recognized for innovation
For the second time in two years, one of our schools is recognized by the Canadian Education Association (CEA) for innovation. Oskayak High School earned an honourable mention for how it has blended 21st century learning with traditional aboriginal teachings. Read more about this year's winners of the CEA's Ken Spencer Awards.
Fortosky named one of Canada's outstanding principals
We are proud that Owen Fortosky has been named one of Canada's 40 Outstanding Principals for his work at St. Mark School. Learn more about his selection here.
High school registration on now
Heading to Grade 9 in the fall? Register now for high school. Questions? Contact the school of your choice now. Visit the Our Schools page for contact information.
Register now for kindergarten!
Now is the time to register for kindergarten. Want to learn more about your neighbourhood school? Contact the principal and set up a visit. Check out our kindergarten registration page for more information.
Extreme weather transportation policies
In Saskatoon, if the wind chill at 7 am is -45 C or colder, buses will be cancelled. Check the First Student bus line 343-3300 or the Hertz bus line at 374-4777. Links to our extreme weather policies for FirstStudent and Hertz are found below.
Nearly $25,000 raised for the Philippines
Our students and staff did a great job raising money for typhoon relief in the Philippines. More details in this news release.
French Immersion program added at Mother Teresa
A new French Immersion program will serve families in northeast Saskatoon. Kindergarten to Grade 4 French Immersion will be available at Mother Teresa starting in fall 2014. Learn more in this news release.
E.D. Feehan Catholic High School rededication
Renovations at the school were recently completed, so it was time to celebrate the school's new look! Learn more about the rededication here.
Boyko re-elected as Board chair
Diane Boyko begins her sixth term as Board chair. Read the news release here.
New schools announced for Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools
The Government of Saskatchewan has announced it will build nine new joint-use schools, including five in our school division - in the Saskatoon neighbourhoods of Evergreen, Hampton Village, Rosewood and Stonebridge. A GSCS school will also be built in Martensville. Read the government news release here.
Changes to school hours
Schools have adjusted their school day. Check the PDF below to see the new hours.
New hours at your school? Check the PDF below.
Find your child's school supply list
Links to each school's supply lists are now available.
Go to our Human Resources page to learn about our latest employment opportunities. Application forms are available here as well.
Need to locate a school?
The link below opens up a PDF map of Saskatoon showing the location of our Saskatoon schools.
To search for a specific school by name:
- look for the Bookmarks tab on the top left-hand margin of the document and click on it
- a list of schools appears; click on the name of the school you'd like to locate.
Parent/Caregiver access to student information
In September 2014, we began implementing a new student information system.
Parent access to our old system for attendance and grades is no longer available.
More information will be available soon about parental access to the new system.