Campus Regina Public is open to all Regina Public High School Students. Students are bused from their home schools for a morning or afternoon and then return by bus for the end bell. Students spend two hours a day in an integrated classroom where they will receive two credits. One credit from the courses below, and one academic credit tied to that specific program.
|Advanced Construction Technology||Advanced Media Production & Content Creation||Advanced Culinary Arts||Auto Mechanics|
|Cosmetology||Early Childhood Education||Electrical and Electronics||Engineering|
|Financial Literacy and Bitcoin Economics||Fire Science & First Responder||Forensic Science||Health Sciences|
|Law Enforcement and Criminology||miskasowin askîhk Land-Based Program||Video Game Design||Welding|
Advanced Construction and Technology
Advanced Construction Technology focuses on the investigation and development of a wide range of construction-related skills. Students will gain experience building structures, drafting, design layout, framing, exterior and interior finish, plumbing, mechanical and electrical. This course also explores the construction industry’s technical and business processes. Students will have opportunities to develop skills and explore pathways that may lead you to a future in commercial or residential construction.
Advanced Media Production & Content Creation
This class focuses on digital media creation with a focus on social media advertising and marketing. While industry changes, we will learn how to become employable as social media content creators. Using video, photography, and digital audio devices, we will study what it takes in the world of content creators as a career. While using the industry standard programs within the Adobe Creative Suite, the course will create for platforms such as TikTok, YouTube, Instagram Reels, and many more. The course is paired with an ELA credit where students will apply their skills to writing proposals, pitching projects, planning campaigns, writing scripts, jingles, and podcasts.
Advanced Culinary Arts
If you have basic cooking skills and a passion for food, this course will provide you with a wide range of skills and open opportunities for post-secondary education in the path of a culinary career. This course is intended to build on cooking skills taught in previous homeschool culinary courses. Skills will include hands-on cooking practices, the study of different culinary techniques, review of procedures of safety and sanitation, the experience of skills essential for the restaurant industry, preparation of a portfolio, and a glimpse of entrepreneurship pathways.
The fundamental aspect of a mechanic’s work is basic vehicle maintenance. Students in Auto Mechanics will inspect, diagnose, and repair automobiles and other modes of transportation. Auto Mechanics students will work with vehicular hardware (body, tires, parts) and software (electronics and onboard computers). Other routine tasks will include basic tune-ups, oil changes and lubrication.
Cosmetology is one of the fastest growing occupations in the personal care field. Cosmetologists improve their clients’ physical appearance and educate clients on how to better care for themselves. As specialists in skin, hair, and nail care, our Cosmetology students offer a variety of services that help clients look and feel their best. In order to prepare for the cosmetology business, students will learn the latest and best innovative techniques.
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Education is designed for those students pursuing an education degree or childcare profession. In ECE you will be introduced to careers that involve working with children and youth. The ECE program provides you with general workplace skills, hands-on training and the opportunity to attain a university education credit. As well, this broad-based approach will assist you in gaining employment in entry-level childcare positions. ***Please note that the dual credit is for 30 level students with high proficiency in literacy (must be 16 years or older).***
Electrical & Electronics
If you are a creative thinker and often deliberate complex problems, then Electrical & Electronics could certainly be the program for you. Electrical & Electronics will help you understand more about the application of electricity, while real industry mentors will provide you with employable skills as you learn the process of electric services within your community.
Engineering involves the application of math and science combined with art and creativity to come up with solutions to many of the world’s problems. If you enjoy solving problems or knowing how things work and have an aptitude for math and science, then consider Engineering. This course will introduce you to the design process and develop your technical design skills. It will introduce you to industry-standard design software as well as provide experience with the latest prototype devices such as 3D printers.
Financial Literacy and Bitcoin Economics
Following the financial meltdown of 2008, Bitcoin was started in 2009 as an attempt at decentralized digital currency that cannot be controlled by individuals or agencies. It began as a discussion in online chatrooms between cypherpunks and computer programming enthusiasts. Since then, it has evolved and grown in its global adoption. Bitcoin is an attempt to apply Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to the design of money. If you want to learn about money, the economy and what Bitcoin is and how it fits in, then this is the course for you.
Fire Science & First Responder
The Fire Science program focuses on knowledge and experiences for students interested in becoming firefighters or primary care paramedics. Students achieve their academic outcomes through a focus on the chemistry involved in fire behavior. The course also provides experience and instruction in preparation for the physical demands of the career. Students learn about a variety of firefighter career pathways with the assistance of partnerships with Regina Fire and Protective Services and Parkland Fire College. Students also get the opportunity to achieve the highest level of First Aid certification.
Forensic Science is the application of science (Chemistry, Psychology, and Biology) to the criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system. Our program includes the investigation of a variety of analysis techniques through scenario-based activities and career partnerships. Students will learn about the various specializations (Forensic Psychology, Forensic Pathology, Forensic Investigation, etc.) and the post-secondary options for education. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the nine areas of Forensic Science while earning their standard high school credits. Students will also earn advanced level First Aid Certification.
Health Sciences is designed for those students pursuing a medical or health care profession. In Health Sciences, you will be introduced to a variety of medical careers and explore the basic health care concepts and skills including medical terminology, First Aid and CPR Certification, patient care, and vital signs. The Health Sciences program provides you with general workplace skills and specific science and health industry knowledge, that can assist you in preparing for post-secondary education in a variety of health care disciplines.
Law Enforcement and Criminology
Students will have the opportunity to learn in a setting modelled after a law enforcement training facility. The students will be introduced to many key concepts of law enforcement and criminology. Some of these include defensive tactics, tactical communication, arrest procedures, use of force, crime scene investigation, criminal profiling, expert witnesses, case studies, and the science of criminal behavior. Students will also be challenged physically and mentally through scenario training, team building, and fitness classes.
miskasowin askihk - land-based learning
Land-based learning is for students who prefer to learn through hands-on, outdoor experiences, through an Indigenous worldview. The program is for four hours a day, for one semester. Students will work alongside teachers and knowledge keepers to prepare hides, study plants, speak Cree, and obtain skills in bridging Indigenous knowledge and Western science such as water testing. Outdoor experiences include hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, fire making, making camp, building shelters, whittling, fishing, and preparing foods and medicine.
Video Game Design
Modern technology is creating endless and exciting opportunities in the digital world. Video Game Design is the perfect program for creative thinkers who have eyes for the future. This course explores animations, art, and music, alongside coding and logical thinking to prepare students for the technologically advanced world they will soon venture into.
Be it a small pipe or an expansion bridge, students in Welding will learn to melt and fuse metal into objects designed for a specific purpose. Welding, as a science and an art, is a valuable skill leading to a great profession. Our students will spend their hours cutting, shaping, and combining materials to make different parts for a variety of industries.