An Advanced Placement School


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There will be no exams or classes on Wednesday January 25th or Thursday January 26th

Semester Two begins at Thom on Friday January 27th

(there will be no CRP classes until Monday January 30th)




Message from the Regina Board of Education


Parents, please be advised that the Parent Portal program was initially set up to show student attendance for each quarter, from September to November mid-term; and then November to January.  As a result of this initial software setting,  Parent Portal may not have shown student absences for the entire semester.


We have changed the software to now show attendance for the entire semester in order to avoid any potential confusion. The final assessment incentive will continue to be applied based on the attendance for the entire semester.


As always, parents are asked to correct any errors in attendance within five days of their appearance on Parent Portal. We apologize for any misunderstanding this may have caused you and we hope to continue to work with you to ensure all students have great attendance records.


For more information about our high schools and the High School Attendance Strategy, please visit:


Thom School Calendar 2016-17

National Red Cross Day of Pink

Trojan Basketball

Trojan basketball season is in full swing! Come out and supoport your teams!

You will find game times and locations on the google calendar above.



We are hosting our annual feeder school tournament on the afternoon of Tuesday January 25!

All are welcome to cheer on these future Trojans!


Thom Collegiate Cheer Team News



  • Saturday January 28th  - Pizza & Pasta Night Fundraiser!

(Tickets available from any Cheer Team Member)


  • Saturday February 4th  - Ice Breaker Competition at Conexus Arts Centre


  • Friday March 3 and Saturday March 4th -Warman Cheer Competition


  • Saturday March 18th - Best of the West Competition at Regina Field House


  • Saturday March 25th - Weyburn Provincial Cheer Competition

Regina Board of Education Annual Meeting


Our very own Joanne Weber from the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program was interviewed on CBC!

Click the picture below to view the article.



After a held-over, sold out run in Regina in June 2016, Deaf Crows has been invited to present this amazing play

at the FIRST EVER Deaf Theatre Festival, Sound Off, in Edmonton, in February 2017.

The Deaf Crows are now working hard to raise money so that these young Deaf and Hard of Hearing people

can have the chance of a lifetime!

Click here for or more information or to donate!

Deaf Crows are currently hosting a PaintNite. You don’t have to be a Picasso or Rembrandt to participate!

The artist walks everyone through the process step-by-step and EVERYONE leaves with a  pretty sweet painting! 

It’s a fun night out and a great fundraising venture for this special group!

Tickets are $45+tax and can be purchased online at


Thom Store


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