When you have kids, moving near a new school means one less thing to worry about. And these days, we could all use that! So, if you’re looking to relocate and are wondering where new schools are planned in Edmonton, or whether a new school will be built in your desired community, you’ve come to the right place. Below, you’ll find a complete list of new schools in Edmonton that have been approved by the government as of Nov. 1, 2019. You can also check out a list of all Edmonton and area schools—including their location, provincial school rankings and more—by heading to this website.
Following are the Edmonton and area school capital projects approved by the Alberta government on November 1, 2019:
- Edmonton - South East: Edmonton Public Schools: Design Funding – New High School (10-12)
- Edmonton - Windermere/Keswick: Edmonton Public Schools: New Elementary/Junior High (K-9)
- Edmonton - Windermere/Keswick: Edmonton Catholic Schools: New Elementary/Junior High (K-9)
- Edmonton - Heritage Valley Town Centre: Edmonton Catholic Schools: Design Funding – New High School (10-12)
- Beaumont: Conseil Scolaire Centre Nord: Greater North Central Francophone Education Region: Design Funding - New School (K-12)
- Leduc: Black Gold School Division: Design Funding – New High School (10-12)
- Morinville: Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools: Morinville Community High School (CTS Modernization)
- St. Albert: St. Albert Public Schools: Design Funding – Bellerose Composite High School (Addition & Modernization)
Show of hands, who’s ready to make a move? Call or text me, Sheldon Casavant, at 780-416-0070 to go to the head of the class.