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Scott Collegiate
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Address
3350 7th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4T 0P6, Canada
Information
School board Regina Public School Division
Religious affiliation None
Principal Rod Allen
Vice principal Mike Tomchuk
School type High School
Grades 9-12
Language English
Area Regina
Team name Blues
Colours Blue and White         
Founded 1924
Enrollment 350
Homepage http://scottcollegiate.rbe.sk.ca/

Scott Collegiate is a public high school located in the North Central neighbourhood of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is named for Sir Walter Scott, the first premier of Saskatchewan. It is an officially designated community school.

Opened in 1924, Scott was the second high school to be built in Regina, after Regina Collegiate Institute (later renamed Central Collegiate Institute after the opening of Scott). Currently, Scott holds the title of being the oldest surviving high school building in the city.

Academically, the school year at Scott is divided into four quarters (as opposed to the traditional two) in order to give students the opportunity to earn more credits.[1]

Prince Charles visited the school in his 2001 visit to Regina.

Scott's three main feeder elementary schools are Albert Community School, Kitchener Community School and Wascana Community School.

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Renovations

In March 2009, it was announced that the current Scott Collegiate building would be demolished and replaced with the North Central Integrated Facility. Scott will re-open, as part of a schooling system within the facility, in 2010 or 2011.[2]

Affiliated Communities

  • North Central (pop. 10,350)

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