Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School opened its doors on February 1, 1976. The school is named after Dr. Martin LeBoldus who was a respected member of Regina's medical and civic community. He served as Provincial Coroner for 25 years and as a member of Regina Catholic Board of Education for 30 years.
Currently, Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School has a student enrollment of approximately 800 students and 60 faculty. There is a complete academic offering in both English and French Immersion. As well, a large variety of extracurricular activities is available to students.
The school crest depicts a number of significant features of Dr. Martin Leboldus High School.
The "L" represents the family name of the late Dr. Martin LeBoldus.
The "Sun" is emblematic of the name of the School's Athletic Teams - Golden Suns.
The "Cross" in the center of the crest, with the image of the adult, child, and book is the official logo of the Regina Catholic Separate School Division.
The "Colors" - maroon and gold are the official school colors.
The "Motto" - "Touch the Sun" - "Toucher le Sommet", challenges the students and staff to strive for the ultimate achievement in all phases of school life: spiritual, academic and extra-curricular.