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Saskatchewan Distance Learning open for student registrations

Student registration has opened for the Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre.

Saskatchewan Kindergarten to Grade 12 students who want to learn online through the new provincial online school can now begin registering at

Part-time or full-time options are available depending on what works best for students and as with in-person education there is no cost for students under the age of 22.

Adults 22-years and older are able to take Sask DLC courses as well, however they will have to pay tuition for each course.

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Sask DLC has over 180 online courses covering all core requirements for each grade, and including many exciting high school electives such as Agriculture and Sustainable Food Production, Communications Media, Creative Writing, Drafting CAD, Financial Literacy, Hairstyling and Esthetics, Hockey Skills, Law, Mental Wellness, Photography, Psychology and Wildlife Management, among others.

Registered students will be able to select courses in May. There are 10 distance learning centres in the province with a campus located in Neilburg.

Students who have questions or would like assistance registering can contact the Sask DLC at 306-252-1000 or [email protected].

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