North Battleford Comprehensive High School is a grade 7 - 12 community high school in the public school system of the Living Sky School Division #202. NBCHS offers a comprehensive education to all students in the Battlefords and surrounding area.
The school’s vision statement states that the school is a diverse community striving for excellence, promoting mutual respect and preparing students for the future challenges of tomorrow.
The school provides an environment in which students can achieve academic excellence and strong vocational technical skills as well as personal, social, and physical development. North Battleford Comprehensive High School has an excellent staff that are prepared to assist students in their educational journey. Our goal is to help students become self-motivated, independent learners, who are being taught how to take responsibility for their learning.
Selecting classes for students at the high school level requires careful thought and effective planning. It is highly recommended that students discuss their short and long term educational goals with their parents, teachers, counsellors or administrators.
The staff at North Battleford Comprehensive High School look forward to another excellent school year. We hope your high school years at our school will be filled with many positive learning experiences and collection of fond memories. We are glad you have chosen our school and hope you find the information in this booklet helpful in making your course selections.
LSKY Career Guidance Blog
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Plan your own unique journey - whether it involves a trade, college, university, entrepreneurship or other training - learn about schools and opportunities - use your school username and password to access the site. Don't forget to check out the personality and interest surveys. They might help you find a career that is perfect for YOU!
A great tool for selecting high school courses. Reach your dreams by planning early. Visit a counsellor at the SSO to determine classes for your desired career path. As well, use this form to be sure you meet the provincial and NBCHS Graduation Requirements.
Curious about math strands and what courses lead to what future options? Check out the Math Course Recommendations handout to plan your future!
Scholar TreeSign up to gain access to a large databank of Canadian scholarships.
Scholarships Canada Sign up to search through an extensive database to find scholarships, bursaries and grants.
Saskatchewan ScholarshipsYet another site to help you find money for school. Searching for the ideal scholarship is timely - but the benefits are worth it!
Educational Enhancement AwardHelp pay for summer educational opportunities.
Indigenous Scholarship Opportunities- visit the Indspire website for a listing of currently available scholarships. Be sure to click on the right side 'Guide for Indigenous Students'.
Student Financial Assistance - Government of Canada
Saskatchewan Student Loan - Government of Saskatchewan
Find information on planning for post-secondary, student loans, grants and scholarships. Canada's Education Savings and Student Financial Aid information too!
Scholarships listed by month due . . .
Most post-secondary institutions require official transcripts in order to process applications. They can be ordered (5 transcripts/$20) and sent electronically to the institute.
SK Ministry of Education (for ordering transcripts)
Instructions on How to Navigate the Transcript Site:
Students can choose from a number of post-secondary institutes, just be sure to ALWAYS check for current updates regarding requirements.
If you are attending an out-of-country university/college, you will have to write the SAT or ACT exam. Please contact the institute to see which test they prefer. Also note that registration is required, a fee is charged and you must arrange to write it early in the year. Student Guides are available at the SSO.
Young Worker Readiness Certificate
If you are 14 or 15 and wish to work in Saskatchewan, this program will help prepare you. Bonus . . . it's free!
Student Youth Apprenticeship Program
Earn hours, get experience and save money by completing your SYA passport. See the SSO for more information.
Apprenticeship Credits - What are they and how do I access them?
Explores a variety of programs available at universities around the county. Learn about scholarships, application procedures and more!
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An innovative, fun and useful resource for exploring post-secondary options. You can even compete for cash!!
A summer program that cultivates resilience, leadership, connections and compassion through inspiring and challenging journeys of self-discovery in the natural world. See the front office for more information.
Government of Saskatchewan Student Assistance
This website helps students find schools AND schools find students. It also provides a listing of scholarships.
A career portfolio is a visual representation of who you are. It highlights your skills, abilities, knowledge and talents. It can be used not only as part of a job interview, college admissions interview, scholarship application or school leadership position, but as a self-reflection piece that shows the progress and growth you have made through your efforts and hard work.
Preparing you with the essential skills and competencies you need to achieve your dreams is our passion. Helping you become more aware of yourself, your interests and what drives you enables you to make wise career choices that will ultimately shape your future. Come visit us for information on scholarships, post-econdary reuirements, credit checks, portfolio creation, job shadowing, career testing and individual career counseling.