Academic Guidance

Learning to Learn: Helping students to achieve their best results at school.

Individual, group and classroom support is provided in course selection, study programs and skills development. Student Services staff assess the learning needs of students, plan programs, and when required, provide psycho-educational assessments and feedback to students, parents, and teachers. Registration and orientation of new students and links with feeder schools is also provided through this department.

  • Registration and timetabling
  • Course selection
  • Individualized programs
  • Educational assessments
  • Study skills seminars
  • Exam assistance
  • Tutorial lab
  • English as an Alternate Language (EAL)

LCHS follows the Saskatchewan Education Curriculum.

Each course offered at LCHS is one credit.
Twenty four (24) credits are required to graduate and must include certain compulsory courses.


A: Compulsory Subjects

  1. ELA A10 or English A11
  2. ELA B10 or English B11
  3. Science 10 or Science 11 (modified)
  4. Math 10 (core, general) or Math 11 (modified)
  5. History 10 or Native Studies 10 or Social Studies 11 (modified)
  6. Wellness 10 (recommended)
  7. Drivers Ed. 10 (non-credit class)

B: Optional or Elective Classes (Must have a minimum of 8 credits for a complete grade 10.)


A: Compulsory Subjects

  1. ELA 20 or English A21 (modified)
  2. Math 20 (core or general) or Math 21 (modified)
  3. A Social Science at the 20 or 30 level (History 20, Law 30, Native Studies 20 or Psychology 20)
  4. A Science at the 20 or 30 level

B: Must have a minimum of 16 credits (at least 8 at the 20 or 30 level) for a complete grade 11.


A: Compulsory Subjects

  1. ELA A30 or English A31 ( modified)
  2. ELA B30 or English B31 (modified)
  3. History 30 or Native Studies 30 or Social Studies 31 (modified)
  4. At least 2 other 30 level credits.

B: Must have a minimum of 24 credits to have a complete grade 12 (including at least five 30 level credits) as well as:

  1. 2 credits in Arts education or Practical and Applied Arts
  2. 1 credit in Wellness 10 or Physical Education 20 or 30