Luther at a Glance

Luther College High School at a Glance

Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Established: 1913
Institution Type: Historical independent high school offering Grades 9 - 12.
  • Saskatchewan government curriculum
  • International Baccalaureate program
Known for:
  • An outstanding academic program and university preparation
  • 96 percent of graduates go on to post-secondary education
  • Luther College is proud to have alumni accepted to University of Toronto, Harvard, Yale, McGill and Queen's among many others
  • Nobel Prize winner Dr. Henry Taube (HS'32, HSU'33)  attended the school. Three Luther College High School graduates have been recipients of Rhodes Scholarships: Greg Brandt (HS’55), Robert Condon McKenzie (HS’66), and Jonathan Pedde (HS’10).
School Population: average 450
International Students: 13 percent of the student body
Countries Represented: China, India, Nigeria, Philippines, USA, Israel, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vietnam just to name a few
Average Class Size: 23
Student Teacher Ratio: 17:1
  • On-campus dormitory with space for fifty boys and fifty girls
  • Two students per room
  • Students should have some English language skills prior to application
  • All international students are tested by our ESL coordinator as part of the admissions application process
Application: Students may apply for study start dates in September (fall) or February (spring).
Application Deadline: Students should apply by submitting a completed application by March 1 (if space is available, we will take applications after the deadline).
Recent Infrastructure: New performance stage, new gymnasium, new locker rooms, three new dedicated fine arts classrooms and a new student commons area.