Driver Education is offered at all Saskatoon Public School collegiates during the school year and at two collegiates during the summer months. It is part of Core Curriculum.
Driver Education is a grade 10 subject but is offered to students that are at least 15 years of age at the start of the course. Students can register during the school year by going to Student Services or apply when selecting courses for the next year. Registration forms will be sent to the schools for Summer School registration. The course consists of 30 hours of theory instruction, 6 to 8 hours of simulator instruction and 4 hours of in-car instruction. Students are given instruction on the rules of the road, mental and physical components of driving, correct eye usage, defensive driving, driving in adverse conditions, effects of alcohol and drugs on the driving task and sharing the road with other vehicles in the city and on the highway.
Early in the course students will be given the Class 7 Learner's Test. They will also have to pass a vision test. To purchase their Learner's Licence, they will have to provide a birth certificate or passport. Due to the limited amount of time in Driver Education, the students will be encouraged to practice as much as possible. Students will receive a Certificate of Driver Education upon successful completion of the course. This certificate is required to take a road test in Saskatchewan.