About Us

Welcome To The Lloydminster Public School Division

"Ensuring Personal Excellence For All Students"

"Ensuring Personal Excellence For All Students"


The Lloydminster Public School Division is located in the vibrant and growing city of Lloydminster, Saskatchewan/Alberta, Canada.  Lloydminster is Canada's only border city, located in both the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta.  All of the public schools in the city of Lloydminster follow the Saskatchewan curriculum.

Division Office

5017 - 46 Street 
Lloydminster, Alberta T9V 1R4

Phone: (780) 875-5541 Fax: (780) 875-7829

Maintenance Shop

4103 - 37 Avenue
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan S9V 0A1

Phone: (306) 825-3604 Fax: (306) 825-8337

E-mail LPSD Staff using the following format:

Beliefs and Values


LPSD has a shared commitment with parents and community to create a safe and caring learning environment in order to prepare students to be inspired learners and productive citizens.



In LPSD, all individuals will model:

  • RESPECT for diversity;
  • CARE for themselves and others;
  • RESPECT for authority, property and the environment;
  • CONTINUOUS improvement;
  • EXCELLENCE in all they do;
  • LEADERSHIP in making positive choices;
  • ACCOUNTABILITY for their choices and actions;
  • COLLABORATIVE relationships. 

Belief Statements


We believe:

  • All students can achieve personal excellence given sufficient time and the right supports.
  • High expectations, and early and ongoing interventions are essential.
  • All staff can perform to the high standards given the right assistance.
  • All staff can articulate what they do and why they perform they way they do.

Programs and Services

Specialized Programs:

  • Modified Academic Programs – all schools
  • Early Reading Intervention Program 
  • Early Learning Program
  • Education Support Services – all schools


  • 5 Elementary Schools
  • 1 K - 9 School
  • 2 Middle Years Schools
  • 1 High School
  • 1 Outreach School

Services and Programs:

  • Alternative Education – LCHS
  • Business and Vocational Programs –LCHS
  • English as an Additional Language
  • Core French – Grades K – 12
  • Band and Choral Programs
  • Resource Centres – all schools
  • Computer Education – all schools
  • Avery Outreach School (Gr. 7-12)
  • LPSD Prekindergarten Program
  • LPSD Junior Kindergarten Program
  • Community School Program – Jack Kemp
  • Distance Learning – Avery Outreach School

Specialized Support Services:

  • Speech Pathologists
  • Educational Psychologist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Guidance Counseling                       
  • Educational Assistants
  • Maintenance Department
  • Home-School Liaison Worker
  • Transportation
  • Transition Program - LCHS
  • Truancy Officer
  • Educational Technology Consultants


The School Division has undertaken a number of ongoing initiatives which include the following:

  • Early Reading Intervention
  • Student Leadership (PACERS and PALS)
  • Job Safety
  • Technology Plan
  • Enhanced Learning 
  • Soundfield Systems
  • Avery Outreach School - Avery Outreach is a non-traditional, structured school setting for academically average students between the age of 14 and 21.