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Space for Students

We believe that, wherever they live, students deserve a great education, great teachers and high-quality places to learn. Learn more about what we're doing to create great learning spaces for our students. 

THREE NEW SCHOOLS

On May 8, 2018, the Board of Trustees announced the names of three new schools scheduled to open starting fall 2020.

Learn about the remarkable new school namesakes who have made lasting impacts on our strong, diverse community. 

 

Big Lake Proposed Redesignation

Do you live in Hawks Ridge, Starling or Trumpeter? Learn more about a proposed high school redesignation for students living in the Big Lake area.  

More about the Big Lake Area

Dr. Anne Anderson School

Learn more about the new school in Heritage Valley and its remarkable namesake, Dr. Anne Anderson. 

More about the new school

Westlawn Area School Project

On May 28 we hosted a public meeting to discuss the recommended closure of Afton, Glendale, Sherwood and Westlawn schools, which will be combined into two new schools in the Westlawn area.

More About The Westlawn Area

Extensions Program Workshop

The program will be relocating for the 2019-20 school year. Learn how we're using your feedback to make decisions.

More about the relocation

Space for Students in the Britannia Area

Learn more about our plan to help create great learning spaces for students in the Britannia area.

More About the Britannia Area

Highlands School Project

Learn more about the concept design for the Highlands School Project and how to share your feedback.

More About Highlands School Project

Soraya Hafez School

Thanks to everyone who shared their feedback about the new school. Learn more about what happens next. 

More about the new school

Thelma Chalifoux School

Thank you to everyone who shared their feedback about the new school. Learn more about what happens next. 

More about the new school

Mill Creek School Replacement Project

Thank you to everyone who attended the meetings and provided input on the future of Mill Creek School. Find out what happens next by reviewing the design and construction plans. 

More about the Mill Creek School Replacement Project

Child Study Centre Review

Edmonton Public Schools is reviewing the Child Study Centre at Garneau School. Learn more about how you can get involved and share your feedback. 

More about the review

Space for Students in the Rosslyn Area

Learn more about our plan to create great learning spaces for students in the Rosslyn area.

Learn More About How To Get Involved

INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING PRINCIPLES

Our infrastructure planning principles guide how we:

  • create safe, caring, healthy, respectful, diverse, inclusive and equitable learning environments
  • allocate financial resources
  • recommend priorities for capital funding
  • maintain, build and close or re-open schools
  • acquire and dispose of land and buildings

LEARN MORE ABOUT CAPITAL PLANNING