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Prairie Valley School Division
Located within Treaty 4 Territory
Our Students
Prairie Valley School Division has more than 8,100 students. Over 1,200 are students with special needs who receive a range of supports through a multidisciplinary team that includes speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists, consultants and coordinators, as well as outside agencies to remove barriers to education and enhance opportunities to engage in learning. Approximately 1,300 students are self-declared First Nation and Métis students. Over 500 of these students live on First Nations land in the Prairie Valley region. We also have a growing number of immigrant students, as well as our Hutterian students of German origin who attend the two Hutterian schools in Prairie Valley.
At Prairie Valley, we believe that good people grow good people. Our dedicated and enthusiastic staff work together to grow the whole student, not simply focus on test scores. As a result, our students are accomplished and diverse in their interests and abilities. Here are some examples of what our students have achieved in the past year:
We grow academically successful students
    • Our division's high school graduation rate for the 2013-2014 school year was 83%, almost 10% higher than the provincial average.
    • Our students received almost $600,000 in scholarships in 2013-2014
We grow athletic students
    • Greenall senior girls volleyball won gold at provincials
    • Kelliher mixed curling won gold at provincials
    • Five Prairie Valley students won gold for Team Saskatchewan at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championship
We grow artistic students
    • Indian Head student got story published in Young Saskatchewan Writers
    • Cupar School student placed third in a national Braille creative writing contest
    • Balcarres student designed a mask that won grand prize in a Hockey Canada contest 
We grow caring students
    • Lumsden High School students sewed “angel dresses” from old wedding gowns and donated them to hospitals across the province for families who had lost a baby
    • Two École White City School students raised over $2,500 to support cancer research
    • Whitewood student raised $100,000 for the community’s waterpark