Fostering Hope. Unlocking Student Potential. Breaking the Cycle of Poverty.

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Our Mission

Mother Teresa Middle School (MTMS) aims to break the cycle of poverty among economically disadvantaged youth through the application of its innovative education model.

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WHAT'S HAPPENING

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March 1, 2021

Building Relationships

Many things in education have changed throughout the past eleven…

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February 2, 2021

Fostering Hope. Empowering Student Success. Building Brighter Futures.

My name is Devin and I am currently enrolled in Saskatchewan…

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November 19, 2020

Chatterbox Podcast

Hear what it's like to be a new student at MTMS in 2020 in the…

COVID-19 Announcements

Welcome back MTMS Blues! We have been waiting a long time to be back together again and the School has taken a host of measures to modify routines, procedures and behaviours that ensure a healthy environment. Our plan prioritizes health, safety, wellbeing and learning of students and staff. 

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Building Brighter Futures Starts Here

MTMS provides an enhanced, holistic, faith-based middle school education for students of all faiths, ethnic and cultural backgrounds from socially and economically disadvantaged families in Regina, Saskatchewan. This transformative model continually strives to engage students’ intellectual curiosity, celebrate their culture and equip students to use their academic learning as a foothold for social and economic development.

Key Statistics

MTMS's innovative model incorporates three individualized phases, each building upon the former phase to increase high school graduation rates and increase students' chances for success. 

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56

Middle School Students

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117

MTMS Alumni

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84%

Overall High School Graduation rate of MTMS Alumni

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70%

Post-secondary Enrollment