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A public open house about the new Grandview Heights-area secondary school (image above by Craven Huston Powers Architects) is planned for Jan. 25. A second open house is scheduled Jan. 26 regarding a new elementary school in Clayton Heights (image below by Thinkspace Architecture).
Surrey Schools is hosting two open houses to inform the public about new schools coming to the Clayton Heights and Grandview Heights neighbourhoods.
The district is currently designing a new 1,500-student secondary school in Grandview Heights and a new 605-student elementary school in Clayton Heights to address overcrowding issues and growth in both areas. The Grandview school is set to be built near 168 Street and 25 Avenue, while the Clayton school will be built near 194 Street and 78 Avenue.
The Grandview open house will be held Wednesday, Jan. 25, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Pacific Heights Elementary, located at 17148 26 Ave. The Clayton open house is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Katzie Elementary, located at 6887 194A St.
The public is invited to drop in on the information sessions to learn more about the incoming schools. Attendees can speak to architects, as well as representatives from the Surrey School District and the City of Surrey's Parks, Recreation and Culture department.
Both open houses will feature maps, floor plans and renderings of the new schools.
Those who are unable to attend the open houses are invited to visit the online consultation platform PlaceSpeak to view resources and leave comments regarding the schools.