Klassen Driving School
- Bethlehem Catholic High
School, in cooperation with Klassen Driving School Ltd. (klassendrivingschool.ca), offers a program of
driver education for students. The program places emphasis on
instilling a mature driving attitude and developing good driving skills
among young drivers. The in-class portion of the program consists of
thirty hours of instruction offered after school during a four week
period. The in-car training includes six hours of instruction.
Students should miss only one class period per subject to accommodate the
in-car training component. A summer class may also be offered.
- Students will need to
register online with Klassen's Driving school in order to be enrolled in
the Driver Education program. Information on how to register is found at Klassens website, www.klassendrivingschool.com (click on Application tab) and will be
available at the main office.
- Students will receive an
email from Klassen's Driving school with an invitation to a class which
they will be required to reply to in order to accepted in the class.
- Students must be aware
that they may be disqualified from the driver education program for
absences from the in-class and/or in-car instruction. The driver
education teacher will inform students about the requirements of the
program. Disqualified students may be required to register with an
external driver educator at their own costs. A current cost for this
service is approximately $500.00.
- Students who miss a drive
will be charged for the session.
- This is a non-credit
Bethlehem Catholic High School, Tommy Douglas Collegiate and the City of Saskatoon
The partners have worked together to develop an innovative and collaborative approach to integrate resources. These resources include land, buildings, programs, and services, while continuing to respect the specific mandates of each participating partner. In Bethlehem, the second gymnasium is co-funded by
the City of Saskatoon and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools. The partnership is overseen
by a Program and Operations Committee with representation from all three partners. It is our vision and
hope that this partnership will serve our students and the community in new and exciting ways.
UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet)
In September 2009, Bethlehem Catholic High School joined ASPnet. This was marked by an official
flag-raising ceremony. This network of committed schools is engaged in fostering and delivering quality education in pursuit of peace, liberty, justice and human development. We continue to fly the UN flag
and remain committed to both new and continuing initiatives. Being a UNESCO/ASPnet school allows Bethlehem Catholic High School further opportunities to expand our mission of being a faith-based,
Christ-centred group of learners who care deeply about the community and about transforming the world.
Bethlehem Catholic School Community Council
We encourage all parents/guardians to become involved by attending our meetings and information
sessions to make our school the best it can be. We welcome and look forward to your input and questions. Please feel free to contact our principal, Mr. David Knight, with any questions or ideas that you may have
for our Catholic School Community Council.
Catholic School Community Council and School Administration will provide regular information opportunities for parents and guardians for the school year. These dates will appear in the regular school newsletter available online or by email on the last day of every month.