UR High School Accelerated Program

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The U of R High School Accelerated program is a great way to kick-start to university life.

Grade 11 and 12 students can take credit courses (one per semester) that will count towards a university degree program.

  • Ease into university with a couple of classes
  • Free up your schedule in your first year
  • Challenge yourself with course material not offered at your high school
  • Earn university credit

High School Accelerated courses

Courses below have been developed specifically for High School Accelerated students:

ENGL 100 - Critical Reading and Writing I develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. 

ANTH 100 - Introduction to Anthropology introduces students to anthropological concept of culture, its uses in the explanation of human behaviour, and its impact on our understanding of human nature, language and society. The course will explore cultural diversity through the comparative perspective that makes anthropology unique within the humanities and social sciences. 

ART 220 - Two-Dimensional Form* includes hands-on studio projects. Students will draw, paint, use print media, photography and intermedia processes to develop a working understanding of two-dimensional design principles. 

** KIN 170 - Lifestyle, Health and Wellness will examine the potential role of lifestyle choices in the maintenance of health.  This course will enable the student to become an informed, responsible, active participant in one's own health.   

** New for 2021

 

Click HERE for DynaIndustrial First Nation/Metis Scholarship 

Click HERE for Application For Admission & Registration For Accelerated Students 

Click HERE UR Accelerated  Presentation 2020 PPT

Click HERE for Saskatchewan High School Credit Options (Ministry Document)

Click HERE for Special Project Credit Policy 2018 (Ministry Document)