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Final funding approval received from Ministry of Education for new schools and child care renovation

Construction for new schools expected to begin in Spring 2021


The Halton District School Board has received notice from the Ministry of Education of final funding approval for a new secondary school in Oakville, a new elementary school in Milton and a child care centre renovation at Frontenac Public School in Burlington.


The provincial government will provide the following funding for these projects:

  • $33,640,009 for the new Oakville secondary school (Oakville NE #1 hs)

  • $19,183,165 for the new Milton elementary school (Milton SW #12 ps)

  • $2,367,026 for the child care centre renovation and renewal work at Frontenac Public School


On behalf of HDSB students, the Board appreciates the role of the Ministry of Education and the Ontario government to improve the learning experience for students.


“We are grateful for the support of the Ontario government and the Ministry of Education for funding these three important projects. These new schools will help accommodate the tremendous housing growth occurring in Milton and Oakville,” says Stuart Miller, Director of Education for the Halton District School Board. “The renovation at Frontenac Public School will allow us to increase the number of child care spaces in our community and serve more families.”


Renovations to the child care centre at Frontenac Public School will begin immediately. Construction for the new schools in Oakville and Milton is expected to begin in Spring 2021.


The new secondary school in northeast Oakville (Oakville NE #1 hs), which will be located at Dundas St W and Neyagawa Blvd, will provide an innovative and supportive learning environment for 1,200 students.


Once complete, the new elementary school in southwest Milton (Milton SW #12 ps), which will be located on Kennedy Circle West, close to Louis St. Laurent Ave and Thompson Rd S, will accommodate 770 students and include five child care rooms.


The renovation at Frontenac Public School in Burlington will create a two-room child care centre. Funding will also provide for regularly planned renewal work at the school to be completed.

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