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Saskatoon Public Schools
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Career and Counselling

Every Saskatoon Public Schools' collegiate offers a variety of services to assist students with high school and post-secondary education plans and career planning. Collegiate counsellors also provide information and resources about healthy relationships and lifestyles, family and personal issues and overall student wellness.

Examples of the many services offered by Student Services staff in each of our collegiates include assistance with course planning and graduation requirements, planning for post-secondary education, information and assistance with scholarship applications and other education funding opportunities.

Career resources are available in the areas of career planning, self-awareness testing, post-secondary institutions, scholarships, apprenticeship, résumés, interviews and general career information.

Students or parents/guardians who are seeking specific information should contact the counsellors or career facilitators at the collegiate where the student attends.

High School Credits & Grad Plan

Core Requirement Graduation Plan 

This Core Requirement Graduation Plan prepared by Saskatoon Public Schools is used by school counsellors and students as a guide for Grade 10-12 course selection to ensure students to meet graduation prerequisites. A version for French Immersion students is available for each immersion school: Centennial Collegiate, Marion M. Graham Collegiate, Tommy Douglas Collegiate, Walter Murray Collegiate.

Saskatchewan High School Credit Options

This document explains the Grade 12 program standing, what’s required and where you have choices. It also identifies opportunities to earn secondary level course credits in non- traditional ways, career planning tools and post-secondary funding options.

Graduation and Post-Graduation Plan

The Graduation and Post-Graduation Plan guides students in making informed decisions that impact their present and future lives. It is a tool to assist students in transitioning smoothly through high school and beyond.

Requesting Official Transcripts

The official record of high school completion is known as the Transcript of Secondary Level Achievement. Students seeking a copy of their high school transcript or Adult 12 transcript can order online from the Ministry of Education.

The College Board

The College Board connects students to college success and opportunity through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program. 

School Specific Counselling

Counselling Corner pages on collegiate portal sites provide school-specific information. Student or parent/guardian log-in credentials are required.


Career Planning

My Blueprint

Connect with your school counsellor or Career Facilitator to create an account to access My Blueprint.

Saskatoon Industry Education Council

Additional and regularly updated information about SIEC programs and how to access them is available on school portal sites

Relevance Magazine

Published by the SIEC, Relevance is an annual magazine providing career and labour market information for Saskatchewan youth

See Your Future Education & Career Fair

The career fair takes place Nov. 5, 2018. Updated information will be available on school portal sites.

Post-Secondary Planning

​University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan offers degree, diploma and certificate programs in more than 100 areas of study across 17 colleges and schools.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers more than 150 post-secondary programs and provides training to apprentices in almost 30 trades.

University of Regina

The University of Regina offers more than 120 undergraduate academic programs in nine undergraduate faculties.

Ontario Universities' Application Centre

The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) processes applications for admission to the undergraduate and other programs at Ontario’s universities.