First day of CRP classes is Wednesday, September 6th.
Campus Regina Public is unique in that they have the first student-driven shop in Regina.
The Auto Mechanics and ELA class is proud to have Capital Auto Mall as their corporate partners. The students enrolled are also responsible for completing a two week work experience term at Capital where they work in different departments including GMC Quick Lane, Ford Quick Lane, Universal Collision Center, Spa, and Parts. The students train one on one with the GMC and Ford Technicians.
The Faculty of Education and the University of Regina have partnered with Regina Public Schools to add another dimension to our excellent, integrated Early Childhood Education program!
Since 2014, ECS 100 has been offered as part of our ECE program. Our students have the unique opportunity to achieve a university credit while still enrolled in high school. We are so very fortunate to have the expertise of Dr. Twyla Salm who not only teaches this required course for first year education students, but who also helps to bridge gaps and quell reticence about the idea of attending university. Dr. Salm makes it both accessible and safe for our students!
I would just like to take this time to thank you for the incredible job you have done with the CRP Police Course. I want you to know what an impact you have made on my son. He has found his drive, he has discovered what he wants to do with his future and he has his confidence back. The program has truly made a difference in the life of a child.
-Brandy Melnechenko, Mother of former LPSS student
Campus Regina Public Fire Science students have the opportunity each year to visit the only firefighter training facility in the province of Saskatchewan. Parkland Fire College is located in Melville, Saskatchewan. Some of our students have gone on to attend and complete training at Parkland. Students are given a full tour of both the classroom environments and the skills training sites as well (This includes the Parkland Campus, the Melville Fire Station, & the Parkland Training grounds). Students are informed about the program so they can have a better understanding of what to expect from Firefighter training at Parkland.