Dreambuilders’ High School 

We welcome students who meet the requirements below to apply in person at Dreambuilders’ High School:

  1. Those students between the ages of 14 and 21;
  2. Those students who are in Grades 9 – 12;
  3. Those who are willing to participate in all activities including prayer.


Dreambuilders’ is a “No Rule” school. Rather, we follow these 4 Beliefs.

  1. Belief in the Creator
  2. Being Safe
  3. Being Respectful
  4. the Belief that we are here to Learn.


Dreambuilders’ works with students towards:

  1. Their high school graduation;
  2. Completing their Grade 10;
  3. Assisting students in upgrading their skills with the goal of returning to a main-stream school.


Dreambuilders’ High School follows the Saskatchewan curriculum. We are able to accommodate both Regular and Modified programming but not Alternate programming.


Parents are welcome to bring their child 10 months or younger to school.


All school supplies are provided with the exception of headphones/earbuds.


Dreambuilders’ operates a nutrition program that provides a healthy breakfast, snacks, and lunch for the students. All students are expected to take turns doing lunch dishes and cleanup.


Transportation within the city limits is provided to and from the student’s residence.

2020-2021 DBHS Registration Form

Authorization to Release Records Form (fillable)

301.1 Non-Catholic Student Declaration of Intention Form (fillable)

140.1 Permission Form for Use of Student Work and Personal Information (fillable)

All registration forms require the latest version of Adobe Reader to view. You can download Adobe Reader for free by clicking here.

To fill out the form, you will have to download the form first by right clicking on the link and then click on “Save Link as…” and choose where you want to save it. Then open it using Adobe Reader. After you have entered all your information you can then save the PDF form and drop it off in person at Dreambuilders High School, 345 Broadway St. West, Yorkton SK..

If you have Google Chrome, and if you have installed the Adobe Reader plugin in Google Chrome, you can open and save that way.