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B.C. announces Sooke School District secondary school project

B.C. announces Sooke School District secondary school project

LANGFORD, B.C. – The Government of British Columbia has announced a new secondary school project in the Sooke School District of Langford, B.C.

The school district will proceed to develop a business case for the new school that will detail the scope, schedule and budget before it is brought forward to government for final funding approval.

Following approval, the project proceeds to design and construction.

“More than 10 years ago, I started advocating for two new schools in the Westshore, and I’m now proud to be an MLA delivering an investment to begin planning for a new high school in Langford. The creation of a new, modern school for students to live, play and grow is going to benefit Langford for generations to come,” Langford-Juan de Fuca MLA Tavi Palmar stated.

Over the past seven years the provincial government has provided approximately $270 million to create approximately 2,660 new student seats in the Sooke School District including the new Pexsisen Elementary, Centre Mountain Lellum Middle school, an addition to Royal Bay Secondary and SĆIȺNEW̱ SṮEȽIṮḴEȽ Elementary, and a 480-seat school with onsite child care, which is under construction, the release said.

B.C. also announced earlier in the year it would provide $11.84 million for a full replacement of Port Renfrew Elementary as part of the government’s seismic mitigation program as well as funding for prefabricated additions to two elementary schools in the Sooke School District at David Cameron Elementary and Ruth King Elementary. Construction of the additions is expected to be complete by fall 2024.

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