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[ 2018-19 Five Year Capital Plan ]


Projects Pending Approval


Priority order of projects as listed on our five-year Capital Plan.


While we work closely with the Ministry of Education, and they are aware of our priorities on our Capital Plan, none of these projects have received funding to proceed to design and construction. Once funded, these projects would move to the Project Details page.

Please note, these priorities include additions, land acquisitions and new schools.


Once a year, the board adopts a five-year Capital Plan. As that plan is put into action, we have created the list below as an ongoing, live document of our projects and planning.

There may be subtle differences between the annual Capital Plan and the the projects pending approval list below. Any differences in priorities are the result of emergent needs, likely the result of our rapid growth.

As soon as a project receives funding approval from the Ministry of Education, it moves from our Pending Approval and Capital Plan list to the Progress Chart page.

If you have any questions about this page, please email zinn_j@surreyschools.ca.



Project Priority
  1. #115 South Newton Area Elementary
  2. #164 Sullivan Heights Secondary
  3. #207 Grandview: SW Grandview Area Elementary
  4. #057 William Watson Elementary
  5. #208 Grandview: Redwood Heights Area Elementary
  6. #214 Grandview: Dart's Hill Area Elementary
  7. #013 Clayton Elementary
  8. #040 K.B. Woodward Elementary
  9. #038 Sunnyside Elementary
  10. #028 North Surrey Secondary
  11. #061 Martha Currie Elementary
  12. #009 White Rock Elementary
  13. #216 South Port Kells: Tynehead Area Elementary
  14. #175 Clayton Heights Secondary
  15. #150 Tamanawis Secondary
  16. #106 Frank Hurt Secondary
  17. #049 Semiahmoo Secondary
  18. #217 Clayton NW Area Elementary
  19. #204 South Port Kells: 184th Street Area Elementary
  • Site Acquisition & New School
  • Addition
  • New School
  • Addition/Replacement
  • Site Acquisition
  • Site Acquisition & New School
  • Addition & Site Expansion
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • Site Acquisition
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • Addition
  • New School
  • New School

Capital Projects Pending Approval – School Replacement


Project Priority
High#059 Riverdale ElementarySchool Replacement
Medium#050 Mountainview MontessoriSchool Replacement
Medium#002 Port Kells ElementarySchool Replacement

Capital Projects Pending Approval – Seismic Mitigation


Project Priority
Medium#081 Holly ElementarySeismic Upgrade
Medium#022 Queen Elizabeth SecondarySeismic Upgrade
Medium#044 Prince Charles ElementarySeismic Upgrade
Medium#090 George Greenaway ElementarySeismic Upgrade
Medium#058 David Brankin ElementarySeismic Upgrade

Capital Plan


New projects are first identified in the school district's Capital Plan submission to the Ministry of Education. Projects are categorized by different project types such as Expansions (that adds new enrolling space), Replacements (replacing old existing buildings with a new school) and Seismic Mitigation (seismically upgrading existing H3 buildings).

As part of the Capital Plan submission to the Ministry of Education every year, the district prepares a Project Request Fact Sheet that outlines to the ministry at a very high level the rationale for the project, and a proposed project schedule and budget. After the ministry reviews the fact sheets, they can approve, or support, to release partial funding for the district to do a Project Definition Report (PDR).

Open House


Typically, plans for new schools are presented to the public in an open house format. This is an opportunity for the community to ask questions and make comments on the future design of the new school. Open houses would have the architects, district staff and sometimes city staff in attendance to field any questions from the public.

Valuable feedback from parents and the community is gathered, which is then used to inform the district planning and construction staff about future design.

Project Approval: Capital Plan Funding Agreement


Once the province's Treasury Board approves the PDR, the province will issue a Capital Plan Funding Agreement (CPFA) that is the formal funding agreement between the ministry and a school district. Then the project then can move into design and construction.



Session info
Time: 6/18/2018 4:05:49 PM
Host: AS78
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