Welcome to Saskatoon Public Schools! We look forward to meeting you and your child/children. Registration forms are available below or on the registration page of each
Choosing a School Students typically register at the school that serves the neighbourhood where they live.
Elementary schools offer kindergarten to Grade 8 classes for students who are five to 13 years of age. Students may register at any public school regardless of residence. However, transportation is not available to those who live outside of a school's designated area. Enrolment at Ernest Linder School (Hampton Village neighbourhood) and Chief Whitecap (Stonebridge neighbourhood) is open only to students who live in those neighbourhoods.
Collegiates (high schools) offer Grades 9 to 12 classes for students 14 to 21 years of age. Collegiates operate with open boundaries. Students may register at the collegiate of their choice.
Saskatoon Public Schools offers several specialized programs:
Locate a School
page and the
School Locator Tool
to find the school(s) that serve your neighbourhood. A complete list of elementary and high schools is available
Students new to the school division can register at any time during the school year (September to June). When you enroll your child/children, you must show proof that verifies their age. One of the following documents may be used:
- Certificate of birth
- Baptismal certificate
- Status Card
School principals are responsible for the admission of students to schools.
begins in January for the next school year. Children must be five years old by January 31 of the school year in which they begin kindergarten. For example, to start kindergarten in September 2022, your child must be five years old by January 31, 2023.
To register your child/children in kindergarten to Grade 8 for
at schools, please use the
Elementary Registration Form
. For a school-specific form, please visit the Registration page on the website of your neighbourhood
. Paper copies of the form are also available at the front desk of every school.
To submit the Elementary Registration Form electronically:
- Fill in all relevant information on the form.
- Save the completed form to your computer.
- Email the form as an attachment to the school's email address, which can be found on the
school listing page.
Note: You will receive a confirmation email that the registration form was received.
- During your next visit to the school, you will be required to sign the form and show ID to verify the student's birth date.
To submit the Elementary Registration Form at the school:
- Fill in all relevant information, then print the form; OR print the form, then fill in all relevant information. Note: The form prints to 8.5" x 14" or legal size paper.
- Submit the completed form to the front desk of the school. Please contact the school in advance to arrange an appointment.
To register for
at collegiates (Grades 9-12), please visit the Registration page on each collegiate's website. Links to each collegiate registration page are available
Upgrading Students who have graduated are able to register as upgrading students.
Upgrading is available at:
Additional information about programs, registration and contacts can be found
International Students Saskatoon International Education
provides an opportunity for international students to study and learn alongside Canadian students and improve the cultural awareness of local students. What started as a small program in one school has grown to eight high schools and 49 elementary schools. International students from around the world are welcomed. Our elementary schools' welcome students ages five to13 (kindergarten to Grade 8), while collegiates (high schools) welcome students ages 14 to 17 (grades 9-12). English as an Additional Language (EAL/ESL) support is offered to students who meet criteria in grades 3 to 12. For more information, please visit the website
or email email@example.com
Students who are new to Saskatoon Public Schools and whose first language is not English, and/or who are not Canadian citizens should register through the Newcomer Student Centre
. Staff at the Newcomer Student Centre will provide information on our schools, answer questions and may recommend support for students who are learning English.
For more information, please see the Newcomer Student Centre brochure