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Parents in Regina can choose for their children public schools, private schools or independent schools and home-based education. There are two public school boards: the Regina Public School Board, which runs 45 elementary and nine high schools, and the Regina Catholic School Board, which administers 25 elementary and four high schools with a Roman Catholic affiliation. Parents who choose home-schooling must be guided by the Regina Public School Board.

Some of Regina’s private schools are the Luther College High School, run by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada,  the Harvest City Christian Academy and the Regina Huda School, which offers Islamic education. For more information on private schools in Regina chick here.

The University of Regina has ten faculties and 25 academic departments which offer programs in social work, journalism, media production and studies, public policy, business administration, petroleum engineering, fine arts, software systems, education, police studies, health studies and others.

Regina is also home to the Wascana Campus of the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology.