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Attention All Campbell Music Families!

You are invited to .......

The Campbell Music  



BBQ - 6:00


(including Important Music Tour Information)



We extend a special invitation to ALL CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC PARENTS AND STUDENTS to attend the Campbell Music Welcome Back BBQ/AGM/Music Tour Information Meeting on September 23!


This will be a great opportunity for you to meet other parents and gain more insight into the program your child will be involved in.  You will also receive important information about the upcoming music tours including the Senior Tour to Anaheim CA.


Without the support of our parents we would be unable to continue to provide the many outstanding musical opportunities available to Campbell music students.


Soft drinks, hamburgers, hotdogs and chips will be served at the BBQ! We look forward to meeting new parents and renewing old acquaintances.


If you are planning to attend the BBQ and have special dietary needs - Vegan or Vegetarian etc., could you please email to let us know.



Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year



Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year!



Click at the attachment below to open "Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year" letter

and to access the student/parent information for upcoming school year

Online Fee Payments

Please see attached instructions for registering and creating accounts for paying school fees online.

Helping You Make Informed Choices - Mathematics



The Power Point presentations listed below as attachments will assist you in selecting Math Courses.

(Use your mouse to scroll through the pages)

Power School Parent Portal Log-In



In the event you are having difficulty setting up your account….

  • Enter the website.
  • The first page that comes up asks for a password.  Do not enter your password on this page.
  • Go to “Create Account”. 
  • The next screen that pops up is where you enter the information.

PowerSchool Parent Portal


Parent Portal

On October 19, 2011 at 3 way conferences we rolled out the new PowerSchool Parent Portal for parents/guardians. The Portal allows you to check on your child's marks and attendance any time you wish.  At 3-way conferences each family was given information on how to access the Power School Parent Portal, a username/password and how to set up a account for each child.  For those families that could not attend the 3 way conferences, they could come into the Campbell office in person to pick up their login information.

Campbell Collegiate staff has made the following commitment to the students and families of Campbell Collegiate. Any minor assignment that is handed into the teacher, will be marked and put online for students and parents to see within 5 school days. A major assignment will be marked and its mark put online within 10 school days. Please take that into consideration when checking on your student’s progress on Parent Portal.

Campbell Collegiate 'Events-at-a-Glance'


Sept 3 Welcome Back Barbecue for All Students
Sept 4 Student Pictures Gr. 9, 12 & Special Education
Sept 5 Student Pictures Gr. 10, 11 & Special Education
Sept 12 Green and Gold Day
Sept 12-13 Autumn Classic Senior Girls' VB Tourney
Sept 15 Campbell Collegiate Community Council Meeting - 7:00 PM
Sept 16 Semester I Open house 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Sept 19 Campbell Homecoming Football Game vs Thom - 7:30 Leibel Field
Sept 19-20 Campbell Crush Volleyball Jr. Boys' & Jr. Girls' Tournament
Sept 23 Grade 9 Band Retreat
Sept 24 Grade 10 Band Retreat
Sept 25 Grade 11/12 Band Retreat
Sept 26-27 Intermediate Chamber Choir Retreat at St. Michael's Retreat
Sept 30 Intermediate Voices Retreat (Gr. 10)

Post Secondary Links


Post Secondary Schools

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University of Alberta

Engineering Expo 2014

Saturday, September 20, 2014 

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex at the University of Alberta

Thinking Engineering! This is a great opportunity to explore engineering, experience interactive displays, tour innovative facilities, attend topical and relevant research presentations and learn about the latest research. Your whole family is welcome!

For more information and/or to register visit   



SIAST Wascana Campus Tour Dates

Thinking about attending SIAST? 

Check it out in person - Pre-Registration is required

Pre-Register @ > Create a user profile or log in > Click on "Campus Tours" or "Events" ...Follow the prompts

To View Tour Dates and Upcoming Events click on






July 13, 2014 - July 26, 2014

UBC Summer Scholars Program is an unique opportunity for students in grades 10 and 11 to learn about environmental science. Successful applicants will live and learn on UBC's Okanagan Campus in Kelowna, BC. From Monday to Friday, students will engage in hands-on learning through a combination of faculty-led lectures, field work, and discussions. Sample topics include: Principles of Sustainability, Humans and Our Environment, Soil, Agriculture, and Food, Cities and Urban Planning, Forests, Freshwater Resources, The Atmosphere and Climate Change.

Successful candidates will be: Entering one of their final two years of high school - Capable of undertaking instruction and study in English - In good academic standing with current high school - 16 to 18 years of age as of September 2014.

Deadline to apply is May 15, 2014. Space is limited.

For more information and to apply online visit



 Campion College at the U of R

Spring Information Night - Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 at 7:00 pm

will be held in the student commons, main floor, Campion College.

Presentation will include: Infomation on university programs, services, admission requirements, scholarships and the advantages of enrolling through Campion College.

Parking is available, for more information call 306-586-4242 or visit



University of Regina Open House

Friday, May 9th

Students will have an opportunity to

  • Tour campus
  • Meet professors, staff and current students
  • Attend information sessions and workshops
  • Book academic advising appointment and register in classes (must pre-book)
  • Spend a night in campus residences (must pre-book)

For more infromation and to register visit

or email to

or phone 1-800-644-4756



University of Regina Department of Music


~ Open House and Audition Dates ~

Open House

Open House will be held on Saturday, February 8, 2014  and Wednesday, February 12, 2014. Each day includes: Intruduction of music faculty, Question and answer session (registration, audition, and scholarship information), Tour of facilities in the Riddell centre, UR music students in concert, Opportunity to attend a variety of workshops or classes, Lunch with current music students.

The RSVP deadline for the open house is February 1, 2014. Students may RSVP to or 306-585-5532.

There is no registration fee and parents are welcome to come along.

Entrance Auditions

Auditions and music theory entrance exams for BACHELOR OF MUSIC and BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION programs will be held on following dates:

Saturday, February 8, 2014 (during open house)

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 (during open house)

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Thursday, May 15, 2014

** To schedule an audition, applicants MUST submit an Audition Application Form, with letters of recommendation, two weeks prior to their choice of audition date. This form is available on the Music department website Sample audition repertoire and a sample music theory exam are also available on the Music Department website.

More detailed information about music degree programs available on the




Queen's University Accelerated Route to Medical School -QuARMS


Every year Queen's University will select ten exceptional high school students from across Canada.  Once selected, these students will enroll at Queen's in first and second year degree plans in the Faculty of Arts and Science. During this time the School of Medicine will provide special co-curricular programming to prepare this group for medical school.  Providing they maintain the academic requirements, the students will start medical studies in their third year at Queen's.  The QuARMS students will graduate with their Queen's MD degree within 6 years after graduating from high school.

If you have questions regarding details like applications, admissions and curricula; please contact or visit




Skills Training - Carpentry Applied Certificate

If you like to work with your hands, you can have a respected and well-paying career in the carpentry trade.  This 20-week program is based on Level 1 apprenticeship traning. Graduates of the program can apply to the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission for credit for Level 1 Carpentry training.

Course Dates: January 27th - June 13th, 2014

Costs: Tuition and fees $ 2,742 Books and other fees approximately $ 950 Steel toed work boots or safety shoes are required

You may be eligible for a Student Loan or Skills Traning Benefit

To apply, pleae attend the Information Session on:

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 at

SIAST Wascana Campus in Room 140.1

For more information, contact: Carol Percy (306) 775-7475 (  or Jim Marcia (306) 775-7484 (

For information about employment training programs offered by SIAST, visit




 Skills Training -Welding Applied Certificate

Do you want to prepare yourself for a career in welding?  This 20 week enhanced program is based on Level 1 Apprenticeship Training.  Once you become an apprentice, graduates of the program can apply to the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Commission for credit for Level 1 Welding training.

Course Dates: September 2, 2014 - January 30, 2015

Costs: Tuition and fees $ 3,043. Books and other fees approximately $ 750     Steel toed work boots are required

You may be eligible for Student Loan or Skills Training Benefit.

To apply please attend the Information Session on:

Thursday, June 5, 2014 @ 10:00 am

Room 140.1 - SIAST Wascana Campus, 4500 Wascana Parkway

For more information contact: Carol Percy ( 306-775-7475 or

Jim Marcia ( 306-775-7484




Looking for something to do after high school can be exciting...but maybe a little terrifying, too.

The Office Education program at SIAST has small class sizes, generally 20 - 25 students eventually joining  the workforce with wages of about $16 - 26/hr.  Factor in two intakes (fall and winter), a low program cost (about $5,200), a short course run (32 weeks), and being eligible for over $16,000 in scholarships!  Awards include multiple Innovation and Opportunity awards, and the CIC Bursary for Aboriginal students.

Whether you want a career as an administrator, executive assistant, clerk typist, or you're just looking to improve your personal-and-technical skills, Office Education is an investment in yourself.

For more info, head to, click "Programs" then "Office Education" or contact Allan Bray at (306) 775-7361




University of Toronto Youth Summer Programs (YSP) 2014

Faculty of Law - Faculty of Medicine

Step into the shoes of a lawyer and engage in complex legal simulations!  Take an exclusive glimpse into the exciting world of cutting-edge medical research!

During the YSP,  students live in the safe and secure environment of the New College Residences on the University of Toronto's downtown campus.  The extra-curricular itinerary includes evening events that allow students to visit many of Toronto's most popular destinations.

Interested in applying?  Download an application at

College Visits

2014 U.S.A. College Tours

Northeast College Tour: February 8 - 15 (Cost $ 2035 / Originating City: Boston, MA)

Boston University, Emerson College, or MIT; Harvard University, Boston College, or Northeastern University; Tufts University, Wellesley College, or Babson College; Brown University, Thode Island School of Design, or Providence College; New York University, Parsons School of Design, or Sarah Lawrence College; Columbia University, Fordham University, or Barnard College; University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, or Temple University; Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, or Villanova University;Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Institute College of Art, or LoyolaUniversity, Maryland; Georgetown University or George Washington University; American University, University of Maryland or Washington, DC Tour.

Northeast College Tour: March 9 - 15 (Cost $ 1685 / Originating City: Boston, MA)

Harvard University, Northeastern University or Tufts University; MIT, Boston University, Boston College, or Wellesley College; Brown University, Providence College, or Johnson & Wales University; University of Connecticut or Trinity College; New York University, Hofstra University, or St. John's University; Columbia University, Barnard College or Fordham University; Lafayette College, Lehigh University, or Muhlenberg College; Temple University or Villanova University; Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University Maryland, or Goucher College; University of Maryland Baltimore or University of Maryland College Park; George Washington University or Georgetown University; Loyola University Maryland, or Goucher College; University of Maryland Baltimore or University of Maryland College Park; George Washington University or Georgetown University

Northeast College Tour: March 29 - April 5 (Cost $ 2235 / Originating City: Boston, MA)

Harvard University; Northeastern University or MIT; Boston University or Tufts University; Brown University; Wesleyan University; Yale University; Columbia University; New York University; princeton University; University of Pennsylvania; Swarthmore College; Johns Hopkins University; Georgetown University

Middle Atlantic College Tour: June 8 - June 13 (Cost: $ 1535 / Originating City: Baltimore, MD)

Georgetown University, American University, or Howard University; George Washington University or University of Maryland; University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, or Temple University; St. Joseph's University, Hoverford College, or Bryn Mawr College; Villanova University or Swarthmore College; Princeton University or Rutgers University; Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College, or Loyola University Maryland; University of Virginia; University of Richmond

Northeast College Tour: June 21 - June 28 (Cost: $2035/ Originating City: Boston, MA)

Boston University, Northeastern University, Babson College, or Harvord University; Tufts University, MIT, or Boston College; Brown University, Thode Island School of Design, or Bryant University; Yale University or Wesleyan University; Fordham University, Columbia University, or Barnard College; New York University, Parsons School of Design, or Sarah Lawrence College; University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, or Swarthmore College; Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, or Villanova University; Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College Maryland Institute College of Art,  or Loyola University Maryland; Georgetown University or George Washington University; American University, University of Maryland or Washington, DC Tour

California College Tour: June 22 - June 28 (Cost: $1935 / Originating City: Los Angeles, CA)

Chapman University or California State University at Fullerton; Pomona College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, Scripps College; University of Southern California or California Institute of Technology; California State university at northridge or California Lutheran university; University of California at Los Angeles or Mount Saint Mary's College; pepperdine University or Loyola Marymount University; Santa Clara University or Mentlo College; Stanford University or Notre Dame De Namur University; University of California at Berkeley or Mount Saint Mary's College; Pepperdine university or Loyola Marymount university; Sanata Clara university or Menlo College; Stanford University or Notre Dame De Namur University; University of California at Berkeley or St. Mary's College of California; university of San Francisco or San francisco State University.

Canadian College Tour: July 5 - July 11 (Cost: $ 1,735 / Originating City: Montreal, PQ)

McGill University; Concordia University; Carleton University; University of Waterloo or McMaster University; University of Guelph; University of ottawa; Queen's University; Trent University; University of Toronto; York University.

Northeast College Tour: July 12 - July 18 (Cost $ 1735 / Originating City: Boston, MA)

Harvard University, Northeastern University or Boston University; MIT, Boston College or Tufts University; Brown University, Thode Island School of Design, or Providence College; Yale University or Fairfield University; Columbia University, Fordham University, or Barnard College; New York University, Parsons School of Design, or Sarah Lawrence College; University of pennsylvania, Drexel University, Temple University, or Swarthmore College, Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, or Villanova University; American university or University of Maryland; Georgetown University or George Washington University

New England College Tour: July 19 - July 25 (Cost $ 1,735 / Originating City: Boston, MA)

Harvard University, Boston University, or Northeastern University; Boston College, Tufts University, or Suffolk University; Babson College, Wellesley College, or Olin College of Engineering; Clark University, College of Holy Cross, or Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Brown University, Thode Island School of Design, or Providence College; University of Connecticut or Connecticut College; Yale University or Fairfield University; Trinity College or Quinnipac University; Amherst College, Smith College, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Mt. Holyoke College, Hampshire College.

Middle Atlantic College Tour: July 19 - July 25 (Cost $ 1,735 / Originating City: Washington, DC)

George Washington University or George Mason University; Georgetown University or American University; University of Maryland or Catholic University, Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College, or Loyola University Maryland; Lafayette College or Lehigh University; Franklin & Marshall College or Dickinson College; Princeton University or Rutgers University; University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University or Temple University; Swarthmore College, Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, University of Pennsylvania, Drexel university or Temple university; Swarthmore College, Haverford College, Villanova University.

Cost includes: ground transportation, lodging (double occupancy), meals, student led campus tours, meetings with admission representatives, materials for evaluating schools, and activities.  Participants choose school to visit when given option.  Schools may be substituted upon request.  **Transportation to/from home city is not included.


Contact (843) 853-8149  or for additional information




Ontario Institue of Audio Recording Technlogy

Audio technology is an ideal career path for students passionate about music, computers, electronics, audio and video, communications, internet, theatre and live performance, radio and television broadcast or video games!  OIART (Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology) believes everyone should make an informed decision about choosing the most suitable audio school and program.  With this in mind, prospective students are encouraged to schedule a personal tour of the campus to experience the art + science of sound.   Their website ( is also a great resource for prospective students and parents alike.  You will also find the courses listed comprising the 11 month audio immersion program, which includes over 640 hours of practical lab time in their 7 professional on-site studios.

OIART graduates enjoy an average job placement rate of almost 90% within 6 months of graduation and have worked with successful artists and projects worldwide.



University of Regina - Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science

Earn a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree (BASc)

Students currently enrolled in Grade 12 can apply anytime during their grade 12 year.  The last day to apply as an early conditional student is June 15th.  Application received after this day will be reviewed using final grade 12 grades.

The U of R offers five majors/streams in Engineering:  1) Electronic Systems   2) Environmental Systems  3) Industrial Systems   45) Petroleum Systems   5) Software Systems.

Admission Requirements:

  • English Language Arts A 30 and B30, Francais Immersion or Francais Fransaskois (or equivalent)
  • Math B30 and C30 or Pre-Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30 and Physics 30
  • Calculus 30 is recommended although not required

Minimum admission average in required subjects is 70%

RAC Digital Arts College Programs for Post-Secondary Education

RAC (Recording Arts Canada) Digital Arts College offers focused career training for individuals interested in the digital arts industry.  The Toronto campus is located in the heart of Toronto's Production & Entertainment District; a hot spot for international film, game development, music, recording and digital media industries.  Offered are three programs a) sound and music recording,  2) digital media, and  3) game design.  For more information visit their website at or phone (406) 977-507.


Have you considered attending Princeton University?  In addition to its campus's beauty, excellent academics and resources, the University is known for its generous financial aid policy.  They were the first university in the U.S. to institute a need-based aid program that relies on grants, not loans that have to be repaid.  More than 3,100 students, about 60 percent of undergraduates, receive aid, with awards in 2012-13 totaling more than $115 million in grants.  The average size of the aid package for students admitted to the Class of 2016 was $39,700.  All who applied with family incomes up to $180,000 qualified for an aid package.  If you are interested, consult their website at for details about their admission and financial aid program or feel free to call the admission office with any questions.

 Avant-Garde College

Beauty Training Specialists

Avant-Garde College has been in business since 1987 and provides an atmosphere conducive to learning, with nearly ten thousand square feet of open floor space.  The design of the modern college offers an abundance of natural lighting, spacious classrooms, a large student lunchroom and two full size salons.  Conveniently located along a public transit route they also offer students free parking on the on-site lot.  Courses offered are Hairstylist, Advanced Esthetics and Artificial Nail Technician.  You are invited to contact them at 522-5900 to arrange for a tour of the facility.  All diploma courses are approved for provincial and federal student loan funding.  Registration forms are available in Guidance.


Medicine Hat College

is proud to present

The Bachelor of Applied Arts Visual Communications Degree (BAAVC)

Visit their website, which provides a virtual tour of the program and an image-rich introduction to the Bachelor of Applied Arts Visual Communications degree offered at Medicine Hat College.  The website has proven to be a useful resource not only for students, but also for teachers, parents and counselors.  If you have questions, please email Craig Cote, Program Coordinator ( or Rory Mahony, Coordinator Student Affairs(


Great Plains College

Wind Turbine Maintenance Technician Program

The wind turbine maintenance technician program serves the Green Energy industry which is emerging in Saskatchewan.  Wind electrical generation is the largest segment of the Green Energy industry with four wind farms connected to the SaskPower grid.  Also, a number of small-medium sized companies provide wind, solar and geothermal solutions to residential, small commercial and municipal customers in Sask.  Graduates from the program have possible streams of employment as an estimate provided by Great Plains College suggests a requirement of eight technicians per every 75 turbines.  Further information can be found in the Guidance Office.


First Nations University of Canada

Bachelor of Arts in Resource and Environmental Studies (BARES)

What is the BARES Program? BARES is a collaborative degree program that begins with two years of studies at SIAST Woodland campus in Prince Albert, leading to a diploma in Resource and Environmental Law.  Students will then transfer to the First Nations University of Canada/ University of Regina for the next two years to obtain a degree in Resource and Environmental Studies.    BARES provides opportunities to aboriginal and non-aboriginal students with future goals directed toward the successful management of natural resources in Saskatchewan and across Canada.  Some careers which you will be eligible for upon graduation are: conservation officer, environmental protection officer, wildlife/forestry officer, environmental consultant.   Past BARES graduates also work as enforcement officers with Environment Canada and regional environmental project specialists with the Sask. Ministry of Highways and Infrastructures.  Further information:  Fidji Gendron, Assistant Professor of Biology, phone: 790-5950 ext. 3335 or email:


Learn More About the University of Saskatchewan

Go Online to

U-Start workshops are held each spring throughout Western Canada.  U-Start helps new U of S students and their parents prepare for the transition from high school to University life.  By attending a U-Start session, new students will feel more comfortable and prepared to select their courses and register for them.  The U of S U-Start Team will also provide students with important and timely information that cannot wait until classes begin in September .  Register online at




The U or R is the only university between Toronto and Vancouver to offer a BFA in Film Production.  They also offer BA/BA Honours in Film Studies and MA/MFA degrees.  The U of R alumni include Gemini Award winners, Writers, Directors, Animator, Cinematographers, Sound Designers, Theoreticians, Festival Programmers, Editors, Producers and award winning Independent Filmmakers whose films have been screened around the world.  For more information contact the Dept. of Media Production & Studies, U of R, 585-4948




SIAST is now accepting applications for the new two-year Mining Engineering Technology diploma program which begins in August 2012.  Mining is a dynamic industry, one that calls for people with a knack in problem solving, an interest in learning how things work and a passion for technological innovation.    Please check this out at 1-866-goSIAST (467-4278) or

Institute of Human Performance

The University of Hong Kong

Over the last decade there has been an explosion of interest in the study of exercise science.  This is due largely to the growing recognition of the importance of regular exercise in the prevention and management of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes, depression and some forms of cancer.  The Institute of Human Performance at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) offers a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Health, which is the only undergraduate degree programme in Hong Kong dedicated to the study of the science of exercise which has a particular emphasis on the implications this knowledge has for the understanding and improvement of human health.  Additionally, this programme offers attractive internship and international exchange opportunities and focuses on the enhancement of communication and problem solving skills applicable to a broad variety of career paths.  For further information e-mail or pick up a brochure in the Guidance office.

 What Will It Cost?

Statistics Canada provides university undergraduate tuition fees for full-time Canadian students, by discipline, by province.

SIAST Wascana Campus 2013 - 14 Tuition and Fees (Subject to Change)

University of Regina Fall Deadlines

Deadlines provided below are for the application and all supporting documents required for your admission.  Applications will not be processed until all required documents has been submitted.


Posted deadlines may be extended beyond the posted date until the program has reached capacity.


Canadian citizens/Permanent residents

International Students
(study permit)

Application deadline for most programs
(excluding those listed below)

August 1 March 1

Priority deadline* for most programs
(excluding those listed below)

March 15 March 1

Education - applicants with high school only

March 15 March 1

Education - applicants with post-secondary

February 1 February 1

February 15 (application)

March 1 (transcripts)

February 15 (application)

March 1 (transcripts)

Visual Arts or Indian Fine Arts (Portfolio only)

April 1 April 1

Journalism, Social Work
(excludes social work qualifying program)

January 15 January 15

Centre for Continuing Education

August 31 August 31

Deadline for Off-campus students**

Last day to add courses without permission  

Deadline for petitioning students***

June 1 July 1

* Priority deadline: recommended deadline to ensure best course selection and to take advantage of other university services such as applying for residence or applying for scholarships and awards.

** Off-campus students are students taking courses through regional colleges and by the First Nations University of Canada northern campus based in Prince Albert.

*** Deadline extensions do not apply to petitioning students.

 SIAST 2014 - 2015  Calendar

To better serve their students, SIAST anticipates moving to an online format for their 2014 - 2015 program calendar.  If you wish to receive a print copy of this reference publication by mail, or if you have any questions, please email or visit

Montana State University

Fall 2012 Non-Resident Freshman Scholarships

Montana State University will offer millions of dollars in scholarships to new freshmen entering in the fall of 2012!  Scholarships will be awarded automatically to non-resident freshman applicants if they meet the test score parameters.  MSU encourages all prospective freshmen to: 1) apply for admission and, 2) have their official ACT and/or SAT scores sent to Montana State ASAP.  Check out the website below for the most up to date scholarship award parameters for fall 2012 freshmen.

Attention IB Students!  Want to apply to a university in Australia?

Universities Admissions Centre handles international applications for 16 participating institutions in Australia.  To apply to one or more of these colleges, simply apply once through UAC!  Whe you apply online through UAC, you can choose up to 6 courses from any of the institutions.  There are more than 1,000 courses to choose from and you can find descriptions on each course on the website.  For more information visit

No Calendar? No Problem!

Check out the Portage College website or give them a call for all upcoming course offerings and fees.

Portage College has many program areas to choose from including Business, University Studies, Trades & Technical, Native Arts & Culture, Human Services, Health & Wellness, Forestry and Natural Resources and more.  Contact them to meet with a Student Advisor, arrange a student tour or group tour, or to participate in their Student for a Day program.


Resort & Hotel Management Diploma at Selkirk College, Nelson, B.C.

This diploma program focuses on resorts and hotels and introduces students to all aspects of the tourism and hospitality industry.  Students gain the essential skills for supervisory management positions in the resort, hotel and tourism industry.  The program curriculum combines traditional classroom theory and unique hands-on learning supported by first-rate facilities.  A grade 12 completion with a "C" or better in English 12 (or equivalent) is required to apply.  If you would like more information about the program, phone (250) 505-1344, e-mail or visit


Looking For a Place to Build Your Future?

Check out Saskatchewan's only program designed for Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults.  For more information about the program or to set up a meeting please contact:

Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Counsellor

TTY/Voice: (306) 659-4140


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Guidance - Positive Lifestyles




The Guidance Office provides the following services to encourage and support positive lifestyles.















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When: August 1-4, 2014

Where: Lumsed Beach Camp near Regina

Camp fYrefly is an educational, life skills, personal, and social learning retreat for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, queer, and allied (LGBTTQ&A) youth.  Through structured workshops, learning activities, and informal peer socialization spaces, Camp fYrefly focuses on building and nurturing leadership skills, social understanding, and self-esteem in an effort to help sexual minority and gender variant youth learn how to make significant contributions to their own lives and to their schools, home/group-home environments, and communities.  The camp is designed for sexual minority and gender variant youth between the ages of 14 and 24.  The resource team includes adult educators, schoolteachers, artists, musicians, business professionals, psychologists, dramatists, dancers, writers, law enforcement officers, clergy, politicians, community volunteers, and queer cultural workers.  If you are interested in attending go to or email to or phone 306-519-9433



Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Addiction Services presents a recreational support group:

YOUTH GROUP 2013-2014

Are you trying to reduce your substance use?

Looking for a safe place to relax and have fun?

Wanting to meet other youth who are trying to change their lifestyle?



Feel free to Drop-in!

Or for more information, please contact 766-7916


When: EVERY Wednesday on an on-going basis

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 PM

Location: 2110 Hamilton Street, Regina, Saskatchewan


Projects Abroad provides students with the opportunity to live and work in developing countries in a way that is both convenient and safe for the students and also positive for the countries themselves.  Projects Abroad sends volunteers ages 16 and up to 29 countries to do over 150 different unpaid internships and service projects.  Founded in 1992, they have grown to a team of 500 people that sends 8,000 volunteers annually - most of them on gap years or during summer vacation.  Volunteers can go for as little as 2 weeks and up to a year.  If you would like further information, go to



Dallas Valley is a summer camp that offers camp experiences for children and youth ages 9 - 17 years.  Their main features include western horsemanship, wall climbing and a high ropes course.  The camp is situated near Lumsden, Saskatchewan.  The program offers a well-balanced camping exerience to give young people the chance to experience the outdoors through activity and adventure.  The program encourages campers to 'move it' during fun and challenging physical activities, and by challenging them spiritually and mentally through new experiences, daily chapels and cabin devotionals.   Campers are well-fed with three home-cooked meals a day and snacks, so they have enough energy for activities, games, and any other adventures that come their way.

Summer Schedule:  June 25 - 30, July 1 - 7, July 8 - 14, July 15 - 21, July 22 - 28, July 29 - August 4, August 5 - 11, August 12 - 18, August 19 - 25, August 26 - 29

Go to for more information about each camp and for detailed registration instructions.



Visions Service Adventures

Work Hard - Play Hard - Make a Difference

Philosophy:  For twenty-five years. VISIONS has set the standard for community service programs.  They emphasize four core elements: meaningful service, cultural immersion, adventure, and community building. Collaborative service work while participating in community life allows our students to see differently, grow thoughtfully, and make meaningful contributions in places of need.

With VISIONS, you'll live as a part of a local neighbourhood and work side by side with community members.  You'll undertake construction projects because of the need in those communities and because the projects teach problem solving, work ethic, teamwork and confidence.  Participants also get to choose among environmental projects, work with children, and "home crew", preparing a couple meals and doing errands at local markets.

You'll work hard, and also have plenty of time for adventure, travel, and pure fun.  Weekends are for excursions.

If you choose to work in the French or Spanish programs, you will require two years of language study.  Otherwise no special skills are required for VISIONS programs.  They welcome students who are interested in community service, learning about another culture, and being part of a positive group experience.  Enroll online early to guarantee the location of your choice.  Go to (Enroll before December 21st and save $200)

For Regina's Upcoming Events

Provided by Tourism Regina click at


  St. John Ambulance Saint-Jean

2014 Babysitting Courses



Call the Regina Office @ 522-7226 for Winter Pricing.

Tutors Needed!

The YMCA Tutoring Program is in need of some volunteer tutors.  If you are a grade 11 or 12 student looking for a volunteer opportunity, or may be entering a Bachelor of Education program and would like some tutoring experience to include on your resume, this is for you!  This program tutors grades 5 - 12.  You are asked to give up one hour of your time, once a week to tutor a student in the YMCA Tutoring Program.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Chelsey Legendre, Tutoring Coordinator at 757-9622 ext. 262 or

Books for the Bank

The Regina Food Bank is collecting books for families in Regina.  If you have any books that you have outgrown or you don't read anymore, there is a great need for them in our community.  Paperback, non-fiction, fiction, all kinds of kids' books and self-help books are needed.  Please help those in need.  Promote literacy, recycle books, and give back to the community.  Nourish minds and bodies with your donation to the Regina Food Bank!


St. John Ambulance Pleasure Craft Operators Card

This is a last minute reminder that all Boat and Watercraft Operators are now required to hold a valid Pleasure Craft Operators Card in order to operate any type of motorized watercraft.  St. John Ambulance is pleased to proctor the Pleasure Craft Operators Exam for a small cost of $30.00.  Pre-study and come write the exam at 2625 - 3rd Avenue, Regina.  This certification is a one time requirement.  You will be issued a temporary operator card until your permanent operator card arrives by mail.  For more information or to pick up a Safe Boating Guide please call

St. John Ambulance

(306) 522-7226 or 1-888-273-0003


Big Brothers of Regina

(have moved into the Downtown YMCA)

Big Brothers of Regina are currently looking for volunteer mentors to be matched with one of the many youth currently on the waitlist.  High school students from grades nine through twelve who spend productive time with elementary students in grades six through eight, that have been identified as a young person who would benefit from a positive role model. The high school student will spend approximately one and a half hours per week in the elementary school working within a facilitated group and participating in fun and engaging developmental activities.  They are asking that you please help achieve the vision of 'every child who needs a mentor, has a mentor,' and make a positive difference in the life of a youth today.  For more information or for an application form contact Malorie at 757-3900, email or check out the Big Brothers of Regina website.


Canada World Youth 'Face My Limits' Program

Canada World Youth (CWY) is currently recruiting participants for its 2011-2012 projects.    It provides intensive volunteer work opportunities in the fields of environment, health and gender equity, in Canada and developing countries.  It offers structured learning experiences outside the classroom to develop personal and professional skills, provides stimulating initiations to international development and encourages youth initiatives and leadership for youth to be heard. Students will take part in an international volunteer experience during the summer or end of year school break.  You will work on a community service project with local partner organizations in Latin America or Africa.  You must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant between the ages of  15 - 29 to apply.  Brochures are available in Guidance and you are encouraged to visit Note:  There is a cost associated with this program.

Volunteers Needed

The Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region is looking for volunteers!  Youth Volunteering is a great way to benefit the community of Regina, build skills and have fun.  If you are 14 & 15 years of age you can volunteer at the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre.  At 16 years of age, you will be able to apply to volunteer at the Pasqua Hospital, Regina General Hospital and the Wascana Rehab Centre.  You will be screened and placed in volunteer jobs which are appropriate and relative to your skills, experience and interests.  There are a variety of experiences available for you.  Volunteer application forms are available in Guidance or online.



You can make a difference in the lives of Elders!!

"Victoria Park is a personal care community that combines the convenience and care seniors need with the independence they cherish."  They offer a variety of activities such as exercise, outings, table games, entertainment, active games and special events to name a few.  They are in need of volunteers to help with their various activity programs as well as "One on One" visits with the residents.  You must be a motivated self starter who loves working with elderly adults.  Patience and a positive attitude are the assets they are looking for.  Application forms are available in Guidance and for more information call Trevor at 522-4300 or email



Healthy lifestyles are also encouraged through active community involvement and/or joining interest groups in the community.  Arts, science, physical activity are just a few areas that may be of interest.  There are no limits to what you can do!  Check out the links below for a few great ideas!

The Best Things To  Do In Regina, Saskatchewan

Art, Entertainment & Activities in Regina

University of Regina Recreation Services

Regina Public Library

Regina Public Library Teen Zone

Regina's Warehouse District

City of Regina Outdoor Activities

City of Regina Public Skate Schedule (including free times!)








- Thomas Edison


Career Spotlight 3
Commercial Construction
SCA & PCL Construction
Tuesday, October 7th,2014
This spotlight will focus on Commercial Construction with Saskatchewan Construction Association and PCL Construction. Students interested to attend should have a genuine interest in the commercial trades as they will be visiting the University of Regina residence project and be involved in an activity which demonstrates some aspect of this profession.
Students are required to wear Steel Toed Boots. If a student doesn't have any boots, there will be some available at Campus Regina Public for the student to borrow. All other PPE will be supplied and lunch will be provided by SCA.
Interested students need to register in the guidance office by Tuesday, September 30th.
For more information about Career Spotlights visit

Career Spotlight 2
Petroleum Engineering
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Students interested in computers, technology, engineering processes, etc. are invited to attend Petroleum Systems Engineering Spotlight at the University of Regina. Attendees will learn about Petroleum Engineering, the entrance requirements to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at the U of Regina as well as wages, labour market information, etc. Students will also have the opportunity to experience a lab specific to the Petroleum Engineering program. The school will allow students to attend and the absence will be excused but the student is responsible for all material missed in class that day. Interested students need to register in the guidance office.
 Deadline to register is Thursday, September 25th.
More information about Career Spotlight available at

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

 For more information and/or registration form come to see us in the guidance office.


Career Spotlight 1
Regina Fire Protection Service
Friday, September 26th, 2014 
8:45 am - 4:30 pm

Grade 10 - 12's students interested to learn more about the services offered by the fire department, the fire-related risks, the firefighter training and hiring process including the required qualifications, testing process, fitness assessment, job-related performance tests and interviews are invited to spend a day at the fire department's Education & Training Centre.

All students attending will be outfitted with personal protective equipment and led through hands-on career-related evolutions on the Training Grounds.

If you are interested please stop by the guidance office to sign up. All students attending must bring signed Waiver Form (available in the guidance office) for this event. Students must wear comfortable clothing. Lunch will be provided by RDIEC.

The deadline to sign up  is Wednesday, September 17th.


The 2014 Mathematics Enrichment Camp
Saturday, October 4th from 9:00 until 4:30 pm at the University of Regina
All students in grades 7 - 12 who are interested in exploring the mathematics are invited to attend one-day camp at the University of Regina. The main goals of the event are for the students to have fun, interact with each other, meet faculty and U of R students, all while participating in a wide variety of mathematics related activities.
The cost is $ 25 per students and includes lunch, snacks and prizes for all attendees.
To register or/and to obtain more information visit

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



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.

Some benefits of the program:

~ Receive credits toward a degree while earning electives towar high school diploma ~ Graduate from university degree program earlier ~ Free up schedule for a first year of university ~ Get acces to university services ~ Find out what professors expect from first year students ~

Tuition and fees are currently $631.35 per class.



32744 BUS 100 Introduction to Business Sept 3rd - Dec 4th Campbell Collegiate
33160 SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology Sept 3rd - Dec 4th Winston Knoll


For more information about program, admission form, important dates, detailed schedule, payments, etc. visit

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

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:
Biology 30 - Chemistry 20 - Chemistry 30 - English Language Arts A30 - English Language Arts B30 - Foundations of Mathematics 20 - Foundations of Mathematics 30 - General Educational Development Preparation (GED) - Law 30 - Physics 20 - Physics 30 - Pre-Calculus 20 - Pre-Calculus 30 - Psychology 30 - Social Studies 30
*Continuous intake from August 20, 2014 - June 20, 2014*
 For more information please contact Carol Bobowski at 306-786-2581 or email 

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 will 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



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 for further information. The University of Regina is the closest test center (Center Code 222340). Note the test dates below:

September 13, 2014  August 8  August 9-22 September 5
October 25, 2014 September 19 September 20-October 3, 2014 October 17
December 13, 2014 November 7 November 8-21 December 5
February 7, 2015 January 9 January 10-16 January 30
April 18, 2015  March 13  March 14-27 April 10
June 13, 2015  May 8  May 9-22 June 5

Campbell Collegiate ACT Code: 829-455



Saskatchewan's Student Financial Assistance Program

The Saskatchewan Student Financial Assistance program offers a range of non-repayable grants and bursaries for students. There's money for school that you won't need to pay back - ever. Last year, 65% of all provincial assistance provided to students was non-repayable. Brochures are available in Guidance and you may contact

2014 - 2015 SAT Program Calendar

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


The University of Regina is the closest test center.



Test Dates   Oct 11
Nov 8
Dec 6
Jan 24 May 2
June 6
Registration Deadlines

Early Registration Deadline

Regular Registration Deadline

Sep 4

Sept 12

Oct 2

Oct 9

Oct 30

Nov 6

Dec 18

Dec 29

Mar 26

Apr 6

Apr 30

May 8

SAT Subject Tests


Biology E/M, Chem., Physics

Mathematics Levels 1 & 2

U.S. History

World History































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 tests are usually administered the next day.  Please visit for the most up-to-date schedule of tests, Sunday test dates, and country-specific information

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

Register at

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