Saskatoon schools swell as student population grows

The growth trend continues in Saskatoon schools. Between the Catholic and public school boards, another thousand students are filling the classrooms in the city this year.

Growing trend continues as a thousand more students fill Saskatoon classrooms

The growth trend continues in Saskatoon schools.

Between the Catholic and public school boards, another thousand students have filled the city's classrooms this year. 

The Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools saw an increase of almost 13 per cent in the past five years, with 300 new students this September. While Saskatoon Public Schools welcomed 682 new students to its schools this year.

Host of Saskatoon Morning Leisha Grebinski spoke with John McAuliffe, superintendent of the Catholic school board.

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