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Once a student enrolls with the Saskatoon Catholic Cyber School, they will have access to academic counselling in regards to their credits, graduation Provincial graduation requirements, and course selection.  Feel free to access the information already provided with these links: 

Regular 24 credit Program

Adult 12 Credit Program

Guidance FAQ

What courses do I need to graduate from high school?

In order to graduate, students need to have at least 24 credits, five of which are 30 level credits.  Fifteen of those are specified, and the remaining nine are electives.  The specified credits include: ELA A10, B10, 20, A30, B30; Science 10 and one Science credit at the 20 or 30 level, Mathematics 10, 20;  one 10 level Social Science, one Canadian Studies 30 (Social Studies, History or Native Studies), and one Social Science credit at the 20 or 30 level, one Wellness or Physical Education credit, two credits from either Practical and Applied Arts or Arts Education. 

I am an adult, how can I get my diploma?

If you are 18 and have been out of school for at least a year, you are eligible to obtain an Adult 12. Under the Adult 12 Policy, an adult may attain a Grade 12 standing by successfully completing 7 credit classes.  Prerequisite requirements are waived for adults. Credits may be attained by taking the course from a Saskatchewan secondary school, by correspondence, or a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution approved to offer secondary level courses. Adults also have the option of challenging a departmental examination.

Compulsory courses for Adult 12 (secondary completion) are:

English Language Arts A 30 and English Language Arts B 30;

One Canadian Studies course (History 30, Native Studies 30, or Social Studies 30)

One level 20 or level 30 mathematics;

One level 20 or level 30 science;

Two electives at level 30 (one may be Prior Learning 30).

Credits obtained through the K-12 system may be transferred to the Adult 12 program. 

I am not sure what I want to do when I finish school.  How can I find out what kinds of jobs are available that someone like me would be interested in?

You need to think about who you are, and how your personal characteristics, skills and talents might influence what will make you happy.  Remember, when you love your job, it never feels like you are going to work!  Think about what is important to you.  Do you like working with people?  Young people or elderly people?  Do you like working with your hands?  Do you want to work outside or inside? (Think about the great summers we have, but also about the not so balmy winters!)  Are you happy doing the same thing all the time, or is variety important to you?  Is it important for you to be close to friends and family, or would it be OK to travel around the province or country? 

There are a number of tools on the Internet that you can use to help you match up your interests, aptitudes and abilities with occupations.  

A really good starting point is the iQuizzes site, Located HERE

There are six quizzes on this site: Abilities Quiz, Data-People-Things Quiz, Work Preference Quiz, Work Values Quiz, Multiple Intelligence Quiz and a Seeing-Hearing-Doing Quiz.  Besides these quizzes, there are a number of links to other similar sites that can help you see what kinds of occupations are a good match for you

Where can I find out about the programs offered at different post-secondary institutions, how do I know what courses I need to take for them, and how do I apply?

The SaskJobFutures profiles provide information about how to obtain training for specific occupations, but detailed information about the post-secondary institutions and the programs they offer is available on the websites of those institutions.  For a complete list of post secondary institutions in Saskatchewan visit: SaskNetwork: Post-Secondary Institutions and Programs page.

How do I get my high school transcripts?

High school transcripts are available from Saskatchewan Learning.  Upon request, transcripts can be forwarded directly to post-secondary institutions.  For details on how to order transcripts, visit Sask Learning

We also oversee and assess Special Credit Projects for all student in our Division. Click Here  to access our Special Credit Support and Registration page. 

For any other questions or for more information feel free to contact our Program Facilitator:

Todd Paslawski

Contacts: or 306-659-7705

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