is part of the Aspen Grove School Division.
consists of two physical plants. The Elementary School consists of six
classrooms used for Kindergarten to Grade 3 classes. The High School contains 21
classrooms for Grades 4 to 12. In total the school has 285 students with 23
teachers and nine support staff.
The Elementary School offers a secure, nurturing environment for the students
along with a special education program and speech pathology support for
The High School offers a wide assortment of academic programs. The students can
take part in classes in the areas of: Art, French, Band, Practical and Applied
Arts (PAA), Computers, Accounting, Calculus, Psychology, Physical Education,
Work Experience and other regularly scheduled courses. The school also offers
special education and speech pathology support where needed.
The school's vocational program allows students to specialize in woodworking,
computer assisted drafting, welding, photography, cooking and sewing in two well-equipped labs.
The computer program is offered in a modern computer lab that contains 24
computers, all networked for High Speed Internet access. The science programs
are offered in two equipped science labs. All grades are offered a Physical
Education program in our gymnasium that is equipped for several sports including
The school's library provides our students an excellent opportunity to do
extensive research and leisure time reading. The library contains networked
computers for Internet access to do research. The library also contains 8,000
titles, 30 magazine subscriptions and encyclopedia access in both print and
The school offers several extra curricular activities for the students. The
school competes in such sports as soccer, golf, volleyball, badminton, curling,
track and field and handball. The school also offers the students a chance to
take part in drama, print yearbook, video yearbook, school newspaper,
environment club and student politics.
The High School also provides several support services to help the student. The
students have access to a career counselor and social worker to help with any career and
personal needs. Both schools have access to Hot Meal programs and Volunteer
Fluoride Rinse programs to help promote healthy life-styles.
Community Organized Playschool that operates in liaison with the Kipling School
and open to students age 4 to 5. For more information call Sherri Kish at
Offers secondary and post-secondary classes as distributed via Satellite by the
Saskatchewan Communications Network.
Southeast Community College
Located in Whitewood, sponsors educational seminars and workshops in such fields
as computer training, CPR, etc. The classes offered and their location is based
on local demand.
Southeast Regional Library, Kipling Branch
The library is approximately 800 square feet in size. There is an estimated
5,000 books on hand including reference material. The library also offers a
Community Access Program site, which makes Internet access and training
available to the public. The library offers a Children's Story Hour and Summer
Address: 207-6th Avenue, Kipling, SK, S0G 2S0