Explore Aviation Summer Camp!

Are you a teen who has what it takes to leave ordinary behind? If you do, then NAV CANADA's Explore Aviation Summer Camp is made for you! This summer, 24 young women and 24 young men entering Grade 10 high school (or secondary 4 in Quebec) from across Canada will gather in Cornwall, Ontario. Their mission: one week of learning, fun and friendship with a focus on aviation. This all-expenses-paid camp uses hands-on learning to give you the chance to explore exciting careers that will empower you to soar to success after graduation! ​Who can apply:  ​​Teens going into Grade 10 in September 2020 Where: ​NAV CENTRE, Cornwall, ON, with day trips to Montreal and Ottawa ​When: ​Young women: Aug.

Night School

Night School is now available to all students in Regina Public Schools with NO FEES attached to any of the classes.  If you have any students interested in attending classes please contact Mrs. Baron-Williams in our our guidance office for more information and registration form.


The wait for our 2018-2019 yearbooks is over!  Current students that have paid for their yearbook may pick them up from their advisory teachers. Graduated students may pick yearbooks up in the office.  If you did not prepay, you are still in luck!  We have ordered extra yearbooks that are available for purchase for $35 each (cash or cheque only) while supplies last.    

Lunch Canteen

Tired of the same old bag lunch? 

Join us in the upper commons for these Daily Specials:

Monday - Pizza   Tuesday - To Be Determined  Wednesday - TacoTime  Thursday - DQ burgers and poutine   Friday - Pizza

Check the announcements for special lunch days hosted by school groups!

Increasing graduation rates announced.

Regina Public Schools is pleased to announce significant increases in graduation rates in the 2016-17 school year and increases over the past 7 years.

The on-time graduation rate (three years to graduate from Grade 10 to 12) for all Regina Public Schools students increased from 74 percent in 2015-16 to 79 percent in 2016-17. That is an increase of five percent. First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students saw an on-time graduation increase of 11 percent from 42 percent in 2015-16 to 53 percent in 2016-17.  On-time graduation rates for non-First Nations, Métis and Inuit students increased from 81 percent in 2015-16 to 85 percent in 2016-17, which equals the provincial average of four percent.