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Chinook International Program'

 The Chinook International Program (CIP) offers programs for students aged 5 – 18, Grades Kindergarten to Grade 12. Students 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Our small school setting provides students with a quality of education that is unparalleled. Small class sizes (12-15 students) and a focus on one on one instruction geared to the needs of each individual student creates an atmosphere where students are inspired to succeed. For students who are seeking a Canadian post secondary program, CIP offers career counseling in grade 12 which helps students to choose an area of post secondary focus, including completing entrance, residence and scholarship applications. Further to this, agreements with our local college and university provide students a direct pathway to post secondary programs upon meeting certain criteria. Given the location of CIP, students are afforded the opportunity to experience true immersion. The community is strictly English speaking and the number of students from any language group is limited to increase a student’s ability to perfect their English by the completion of their program.

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Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools'

Our teachers are highly educated, government-certified, professional, and dedicated. Most have several university degrees.  Students attending Saskatoon Catholic high schools take courses in English language, history, physical education, wellness, mathematics, science, and social studies.  In addition, students must take a course in biology, chemistry or physics, and choose from electives such as graphic arts, digital production, music, art, drama or French.  There is also a program of studies for students whose first language is French, or for those who wish to enter French immersion.  We have certified ESL teachers and offer ESL courses to all of our students.  Many of our students have very little English when they first arrive here.  International students benefit from full integration into classes where English is the language of instruction. International students also take part in small independent ESL classes that focus on their specific language needs.  These classes are credit courses which makes it easier to graduate sooner.

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