Conseil des écoles fransaskoises

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Conseil des écoles fransaskoises
1440 9th Avenue North
Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 8B1

Coordinates 50°29′05″N 104°36′05″W / 50.484788°N 104.601398°W / 50.484788; -104.601398 (District office)Coordinates: 50°29′05″N 104°36′05″W / 50.484788°N 104.601398°W / 50.484788; -104.601398 (District office)
District information
Established 1995
Budget $37.7 million (2013–2014)
Other information

The Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CÉF) is a school district in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is the only French-language school district in the province. CÉF is a hydrid district, both public and Roman Catholic. It operates 14 elementary and secondary schools throughout the province.[1]

CÉF was created in 1995. In that year, it had 890 students; in 2013, it had 1,900. It has schools in Gravelbourg, Ponteix, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Regina, Zenon Park, North Battleford, Vonda, Bellegarde, Bellevue, and Prince Albert.

In locations not served by one of the district's schools, students learn by distance education through either live videoconferencing sessions or web-based courses..


  1. ^ "Compressions au Conseil des écoles fransaskoises" [Cutbacks at the Conseil des écoles fransaskoises]. Radio-Canada. July 2, 2013. Retrieved November 1, 2013. 

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