Martin Collegiate


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School Program Offerings:    

  • All enriched, modified and regular credit requirements for grade 12 graduation
  • Advanced Placement Program
  • Martin Academy Program
  • Vocational Adaptation Program
  • PRIDE (Advisory Group)
  • Elder in Residence Program
  • Aboriginal Advocacy Program
  • English as an Additional Language Program

Family of Neighbourhood Schools:

  • Ruth M. Buck, McLurg and Rosemont, Walker

Martin Collegiate, located near Rosemont/Transcona areas, is a semestered comprehensive high school offering a supportive academic platform and varied extra-curricular programing.  Martin has the warm, caring atmosphere of a smaller school that emphasizes mutual respect between staff and students.  The staff encourages students to get involved and get the most out of your high school years.  They welcome parents, guardians and community members to the school!

What do students say about Martin?

"Martin is a nice school, not too small and not too big. The teachers here are pretty cool."

“At Martin I was pushed to be the best I could be!” 

“Martin teachers have been helping me both on and off the field.  Academically and physically it has been great!” 

Academic Programs:

Martin Collegiate supports a learning environment that provides for the needs, styles and abilities of all learners.   We have specialized teachers to support students in enrichment courses, such as Advanced Placement, as well as a full complement of modified courses.  

Advanced Placement courses are taught by highly qualified high school teachers who use the AP Course Descriptions to guide them. The course descriptions outline the course content, describe the curricular goals of the subject, and provide sample exam questions. While the course descriptions are a significant source of information about the course content on which the AP Exams will be based, AP teachers have the flexibility to determine how this content is presented.   At present, Martin Collegiate is offering AP English, Math and Psychology. 

Martin Academy is an innovative sport-focused program where core curriculum is integrated with sport-specific electives.  In addition to directly engaging student interest, the program will aim to help student athletes develop a “life balance” as they progress through both academic and athletic goals.  Our program is available in Baseball, Hockey, Softball, and Premier Performance. 

Martin’s Vocational Program is focused to prepare young adults for independent living and the world of work.  A community based approach is used to develop programming focused on building personal, social and life skills with a strong focus on vocational training. 

At Martin we feel it is important to embrace each and everyone’s individual needs and cultures.  Through Aborginal Advocacy and our Elder in Residence program all students are supported and taught in an inclusive environment about our local treaties and the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people of Canada.  As well, we are fortunate to offer English as An Additional Language to a large number of students from all over the world. 

An Advisory Group (PRIDE), connects with young people and is vital to providing a quality education.  This Advisory Group provides opportunities for students to develop a sense of belonging and a personal connection to our school.  The advisors meet with these small groups each day and provide support and guidance to students throughout their high school years. 

Extra-curricular Activities:

Martin Collegiate has a long history in the Regina community of sport and culture.  Martin Collegiate offers a variety of extra-curricular activities.   Since 1959 we have offered a well-rounded Athletic program that includes:  cross country running, soccer, basketball, curling, volleyball, hockey, football, track and field, wrestling, badminton, and various intramural competitions.  We have a music program that offers choir, band, and jazz band.  As well, we have numerous clubs including archery, GSA, SRC, debate, art, tech crew, drama, and more.

Welcoming Grade 9 Students:

Martin Collegiate welcomes grade 8 students to a variety of events during the year.  We host feeder school tournaments and invite grade 8s to special events held at Martin.  For new students applying to our Academy program we have “Try Academy Days” as well as Information Nights.  In the spring we host a “Day in the Life” opportunity for all incoming grade 9s.  Our Open House is scheduled every September for families to meet our staff.  Lastly, all Grade 9s attend an Outdoor School in the fall.  

Partnership with Campus Regina:

Campus Regina Public provides high school students (Grades 11 and 12) from across the division the opportunity to enroll in specialty two credit courses, and dual university courses.  Each course is industry supported and features approved training that may not be available in their home school.  Students will engage in learning opportunities with others who share their passion for a specialty field of study which better supports their learning as they prepare for the transition to post-secondary studies and the workplace.  This opportunity is open to all high schools in Regina Public Schools.


Martin Collegiate has served the northwest-central part of Regina since it opened in the fall of 1959. Our school was named after the Honorable Mr. W. Martin who served the province of Saskatchewan as Premier and Chief Justice. Mr. Martin’s outstanding career of public service sets a fine example for all students of Martin Collegiate.  School populations have ranged from over 800 students to its current enrolment of over 600.

Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate
Martin Collegiate

1100 McIntosh Street
Regina, SK S4T 5B7

Attendance Boundaries

Pre-Kindergarten School Boundaries
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Elementary School Boundaries
2018-19 elementary school boundaries

High School Boundaries
2018-19 high school boundaries

French Immersion School Boundaries
2018-19 French Immersion school boundaries