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Help name our new schools
With two new elementary schools and one new high school in the works, the Surrey Board of Education is inviting public submissions to help name the three new schools.
and send your suggestions!
Students shine at Special Track Meet
Now in its eighth year, the event for elementary students with special needs attracted hundreds of students, as well as many volunteers from the district and the community. The event grows each year, attracting participants, volunteers and sponsors from inside and outside the district.
The two-day meet starts with a Zumba warm up before a variety of track and field events and several activities just for fun.
Photo: Grade 7 Crescent Park Elementary student Jack Taylor receives a ribbon.
Elgin/Semiahmoo duo wins big at Canada-Wide Science Fair
Spencer Zezulka and Charles Wang's clean fuel production prototype was among four projects chosen to win the 2017
Youth Can Innovate Awards
, recognizing "efforts to investigate societal problems and develop innovative solutions through Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)." The pair not only took home hardware, but an $8,000 cash prize.
YELL if you have an entrepreneurial spirit!
Surrey Schools is accepting applications from students entering Grades 10-12 for the
Young Entrepreneurship and Leadership Launchpad
(YELL) program being introduced in the district in September 2017.
The deadline to apply is June 17.
Surrey RCMP honours pair for anti-gang education initiative
Rob Rai, Director of School and Community Connections, and Safe Schools Liaison Jordan Buna were recognized at the Surrey RCMP's 2017 Officer in Charge Awards for their work preventing youth from becoming involved with gangs.
Surrey Schools again chosen one of Canada’s Greenest Employers
Apr 21 2017
District lauded for creating a culture of environmental awareness.
Elgin/Semiahmoo duo takes top prize at national science fair
May 23 2017
First-ever district coding & robotics showcase a success!
May 19 2017
Grade 10-12 students sought for new business program launching this fall
May 18 2017
Surrey RCMP Neighbourhood Safety Meeting
Surrey Board of Education Meeting
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We prepare our learners for a world in which they think creatively and critically, communicate skillfully, and demonstrate care for self and other.
We are the largest district in B.C. and one of few growing districts in the province. We have 125 kindergarten to Grade 12 schools and serve Surrey, White Rock and the rural area of Barnston Island. We offer a wide range of education and support programs to students of all ages.