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  2. University of Saskatchewan College of Agriculture and ...

    The College of Agriculture and Bioresources is a faculty at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan . It has an annual budget of $ 38 million and an enrolment of approximately 1,000 students studying at the diploma, undergraduate degree, graduate degree and postgraduate levels. The College has approximately 350 employees ...

  3. Luther College (Saskatchewan) - Wikipedia

    Luther College is a university college and high school located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The university campus of Luther College is located on the campus of the University of Regina and serves as a federated college of the university. The high school is located at 1500 Royal Street. There are approximately 2600 students and 1115 full ...

  4. Saskatoon Public Schools - Wikipedia

    SPS Board Office located in the Eaton's Building Saskatoon Public Schools ( SPS) or Saskatoon S.D. No. 13 is the largest school division in Saskatchewan serving approximately 24,000 [2] students. Saskatoon Public Schools operates 49 elementary schools, 10 secondary schools and 3 associate or affiliate schools in Saskatoon and surrounding area. [5]

  5. Briercrest College and Seminary - Wikipedia

    Coordinates: 50°27′21.99″N 105°48′53.17″W Briercrest College and Seminary is a private evangelical [1] post-secondary educational institution located in Caronport, Saskatchewan, Canada. It comprises a college and a seminary, and operates the Briercrest Christian Academy . History[ edit]

  6. St. Thomas More College - Wikipedia

    St. Thomas More College (STM), named for St. Thomas More, is the only federated college at the University of Saskatchewan. The college was established by the Basilian Fathers in 1936, on the invitation of the president of the University of Saskatchewan to the Catholic bishop of Saskatoon.

  7. Education in Saskatchewan - Wikipedia

    Education in Saskatchewan, Canada, teaches a curriculum of learning set out by the Government of Saskatchewan through the Ministry of Education. The curriculum sets out to develop skills, knowledge and understanding to improve the quality of life.

  8. List of University of Saskatchewan alumni - Wikipedia

    William Sarjeant - geologist and novelist. Elizabeth Scarr, researcher in Neuropathology. Raymond Thorsteinsson - Canadian geologist of the high Arctic; one of the "100 Alumni of Influence" from the U of S] [2] Thorbergur Thorvaldson - scientist and first dean of graduate studies at the U of S.