We believe that, wherever they live, students deserve a great education, great teachers and high-quality places to learn. Today, many of our older schools are reaching the point where they will soon need major repairs. The older these schools get, the more expensive they are to maintain or upgrade. As you well know, a school's condition has a direct impact on a student's learning.
On March 21, 2017, the province announced funding for new and modernized schools across Alberta. The top three priorities in our 2017-2020 Capital Plan will receive funding and will add much needed spaces throughout our city. Learn more about new and modernized District schools.
We're excited to be opening 11 new schools for the 2017-2018 school year. Learn about these schools and other modernization projects.
Learn about the project and take our online survey to share your feedback for the replacement school concept.
Learn more about our plan to create great learning spaces for students in the Britannia area.
Learn more about our plan to create great learning spaces for students in the Rosslyn area.
Learn more about our plan to create great learning spaces for students in the Westlawn area.
The Highlands School project is the result of a community-driven plan to address aging infrastructure in mature communities.
Find out about our plan to make room for future high school students by watching the presentation from our community meeting.
Our infrastructure planning principles guide how we: