High school credit for Saskatchewan students.

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Education offers a Special Project Credit for students in the Shad program. This means all Saskatchewan students will earn a high school credit for completing the 27-day STEAM program. Learning outside of the classroom and pursuing passions are values Shad and the province of Saskatchewan have in common.


Shad speaks Tech for Good at True North.


Shad has been selected to speak to 2,500 of the brightest, boldest and savviest tech entrepreneurs attending True North in June. The Shad panel features changemakers who are working on social problems, tech design and business opportunities that impact the betterment of health, environment and refugee transition. Get your tickets.

Shad visits Northern Canada.


With a commitment to reach rural, remote and Indigenous students, Shad travelled to Nunavut to attend the Nunavut Teachers' Association Conference. Local native and Shad Ambassador, Jordan Takkiruq participated in the presentation and gave personal stories. The temperature in Nunavut was -50 degrees that week!


Texas Instruments partners with Shad.


TI will lead half-day coding workshops at eight campuses during the Shad2019 program. This experiential learning allows students to code their way through a science or engineering problem.

The excitement for Shad2019 builds.


Parents and students shared in the Shad spirit as 1013 students accepted their Shad offers. School boards and high schools also hit social media congratulating their respective students in their Shad accomplishment.

Shads make great Loran Scholars.


A long-term commitment to excellence is part of the Shad recipe for success. This year we congratulated four Shads on their prestigious Loran Awards. To date, 92 Shads that have earned Loran scholarships.

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