Students across the country under legal age will have the chance to vote in a parallel election to the federal election.
Student Vote is organized by CIVIX and 6400 schools have registered this year with 398 from Saskatchewan.
Project manager, Emily Barrette, says the percentage of young adults voting is low, so they are hoping that getting youth to vote before they are of age will help them to keep up the habit.
CIVIX provides educational programs for the classes and everything needed for their voting day, including ballot boxes.
The election is just like an actual election, where you vote for the candidates in your riding.
Schools are asked to vote the week before the election and then CIVIX tabulates the results and releases them right after the polls close on election night, October 19th.
Barrette says in the past, the school elections have mirrored the results of the official election so she looks forward to see if the same things happens this time around.