Scott Collegiate

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Location

For details on the High School Strategy please visit:  http://www.rbe.sk.ca/our-schools/high-schools/high-school-strategy

School Program Offerings:    

  • Grade 9-12 High school program offering both regular and modified credits
  • Scott Collegiate offers a quarter system (4 semesters per year)
  • Advanced Placement Program
  • Project Based Inquiry Learning
  • “Learning Across the Community”  Model
  • WICIHITOWIN Advisory Group
  • Grade 12 Adult Program
  • Independent Studies
  • Elder In Residence
  • Aboriginal Advocacy Program
  • Resource Officer
  • Scott Infant and Toddler Daycare
  • Provincial Pilot called Following Their Voices
  • ALSO on site:  Early Years Family Centre

Family of Neighbourhood Schools:

  • Albert, Kitchener, Seven Stones

Scott Collegiate, located in North Central is a unique high school offering an opportunity to register at any point during the year.  Scott is a smaller school with a welcoming atmosphere that exudes the Scott Blues pride.    

When students are asked “What makes you want to come to Scott?” they answer:

Are you kidding me who doesn't want to come here? I love school and the teachers and the classes make me want to go.”

“So I can learn and go to college, get a good job so I can have a great family I'm able to support.

“The really friendly people. It's much kinder than the other schools I've been to.”

“Sports and you also get more help from teachers”

Academic Programs:

Scott currently offers an academic program that focuses on Inquiry Learning and providing students with individual attention to meet their academic needs.  Scott provides continuous intake to students that are welcomed into an environment that is student-centered. This means that new and returning students are always welcome, regardless of the time of year they wish to return to school.

Extra-curricular and Co-curricular Opportunities:

Scott Collegiate entered in a partnership with Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative in 2010.  The Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship program provides a program where they can develop the attitudes, knowledge and skills necessary to achieve success in high school, postsecondary education or training, the workplace and daily life.  Students are given entrepreneurial experience and opportunity for business ownership.

 The smaller school environment provides opportunities for athletes to be involved in a variety of sports and have lots of playing time.  Basketball, Badminton and Volleyball are among the extra-curricular opportunities at Scott.  Student interests influence the variety of activities offered at Scott.

School Community Council:

Scott has an active School Community Council (SCC).   This council has positive community involvement and includes parents, guardians, students and alumni.  The SCC works to increase parental involvement, responsibility, and to help broaden the base of the value of parental influence on our learning plan.

Welcoming ALL Students:

Scott Collegiate values the added support of guidance and school counselors, elders, an addictions counselor, a youth worker, an on-site day care, a resource officer and a health nurse.  This valuable team offers support in a friendly and warm environment.

Facility and History:

Scott Collegiate is the oldest high school in the Regina Public School Division. The main part of the building was opened in 1923. Two additions to the main building were completed by 1949.  Scott and the attached Albert Scott Community Centre continue to provide for many family needs within the North Central area. Scott Collegiate was one of the first Saskatchewan high schools to be designated a community school.  

Within Scott is the Reid Auditorium, named after Norman Reid who was principal at Scott from 1932-1955.   

Also located at Scott is the Early Years Family Centre that opened in March 2013.  This is one of two centres in Regina that provides programs and services to all parents and caregivers of children newborn to age six. This centre is equipped with a play and learn space, a program room, an Early Childhood Facilitator and space for networking and workshops.  This centre offers:

  • Parent and child play-together programs
  • Parent and child music and literacy programs
  • Parent education programs
  • Programs and information sessions facilitated by Health Care Professionals
  • Information about other parenting supports and child development programs in the community.

Scott Collegiate also works with community partners in community initiatives with North Central Community Association, Chili for Children, Regina Public Library and Regina City Police.

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 in career path and interest based areas.  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.  The classes are currently located at Cochrane High School and will also be available at the new Scott Collegiate located in the North Central Shared Facility.

Scott Collegiate
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Scott Collegiate
Scott Collegiate
306.523.3500

3355 6th Avenue
Regina, SK S4T 4L8

Attendance Boundaries

Pre-Kindergarten School Boundaries
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Elementary School Boundaries
2017-18 elementary school boundaries

High School Boundaries
2017-18 high school boundaries

French Immersion School Boundaries
2017-18 French Immersion school boundaries