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Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School is a dual-track academic school which fosters excellence and opportunity. Students are able to graduate in a regular or bilingual program. They are also able to receive some university credits.​


​Saskatchewan Education Requirements

I. Regular Program.

To obtain a Saskatchewan Education grade 12 standing, a student must complete the following 24 classes:

  • Christian Ethics 10, English Language Arts A 10, English Language Arts B 10, Science 10, Mathematics 10, and one of History 10 or Native Studies 10
  • Christian Ethics 20, English Language Arts 20, Mathematics 20, and one of Biology 20, Chemistry 20, Physics 20, Biology 30 or Physics 30
  • One Physical Education credit (Wellness 10, Phys Ed 20 or Phys Ed 30)
  • Christian Ethics 30, Social Studies 30, English Language Arts A 30, English Language Arts B 30, and one of Economics 20, History 20, Law 30 or Psychology 30
  • Plus 8 electives of which one must be at the 30 level, five must be at the 20 or 30 level and the remaining 2 can be at the 10, 20 or 30 level.

Note: 24 credits is usually insufficient for post-secondary entrance requirements.​​


II. Bilingual Program

To obtain a Saskatchewan Education bilingual grade 12 standing, students must complete 24 classes of which 12 must be Immersion classes. Français, Éducation Chrétienne, Histoire, Science, Mathématiques

  • Éducation Chrétienne 10, English Language Arts A 10, Français 10, Mathématiques 10, Histoire 10, and one of Science 10 or ScienceFr 10
  • Éducation Chrétienne 20, English Language Arts 20, Français 20, Mathématiques 20, and one of Biology 20, Chemistry 20, Physics 20, Biology 30 or Physics 30
  • One Physical Education credit (Wellness 10, Mieux-être 10, Phys Ed 20 or Phys Ed 30)
  • Éducation Chrétienne 30, Histoire 30, English Language Arts A30, Français 30, and one of Economics 20, History 20, Histoire 20, Law 30 or Psychology 30
  • Plus 8 electives, of which one must be at the 30 level and 5 must be at the 20/30 level.
  • To fulfill the 12 Immersion requirements, students must choose two of the following: ScienceFr 10, Histoire 20, Mathématiques A30, Mieux-être 10, Integre I 20, Mathématiques B30.

Note: 24 credits is usually insufficient for post-secondary entrance requirements.​


III. Advanced Placement Courses

The Advanced Placement Program run by the College Board enables students to complete university-level studies during high school. Students at Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School have had exceptional results, and many students have earned 6 credit hours at Canadian and American universities.

AP Courses currently offered at LeBoldus:

  • AP English (Literature and Composition)
  • AP Calculus
  • AP Computer Science
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP Psychology​

For more information contact: 

Mrs. Rhonda Horvath (306) 791-7255​


IV. Functional Integrated Alternative Education Program (FIAEP)

FIAEP is recognized by Saskatchewan Education as a non-credit program for special needs students aged 14 to 22. Students work on alternative program areas including lifeskills, communication skills, functional academics, and work experience. Students receive instruction in small groups and also attend a variety of mainstream classes. They participate in many facets of high school life including extra curricular activities.​


V. Tutorial Program - Learning Assistance Program (LRP)

The Learning Resource Program assists students who require academic support and remediation. The daily scheduled LRP tutorials provide students with an opportunity to focus on academics, organizational skills, and study skills.​


VI. English as an Additional Language (EAL)

The English as an Additional Language program supports students from a non-English speaking country in developing their reading, writing, and speaking skills. Students requiring EAL support may be scheduled in an EAL class or may choose to attend the after school tutorial class.​