Ontario Building New Schools and Additions in Toronto
Province Supporting Students with Better Learning Spaces
Ontario is building four new high-quality, modern schools and additions that will better support student achievementand well-being in Toronto.
The new projects include:
- A new replacement school for St Antoine Daniel Catholic School in North York that will accommodate 510 pupil places.
- A 276 pupil place addition to Hodgson Senior Public School in Central Toronto;
- A 138 pupil place addition to Courcelette Public School in Scarborough; and
- Renovations at Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute and Monarch Park Collegiate in East York
Across the province, Ontario is building 28 new schools and expanding and renovating 23 existing ones. This investment will ensure more students are benefitting from state-of-the-art learning facilities that can deliver a full range of programming.
Investing in better buildings for better learning is part of the government's plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.
- Ontario is investing more than $24 million in these projects in Toronto.
- Since 2013, the province has provided more than $2.5 billion in capital funding for school boards to support 155 new schools and 156 additions and renovations.
- The province is investing $2.7 billion over two years to support school repair and renewal. This funding is estimated to benefit more than 2,100 schools that have repair and renewal projects valued at $100,000 or more.
- Ontario is providing school boards across the province with more than $12 billion over 10 years to help build new schools in areas of high growth, improve the condition of existing schools and invest in projects to reduce surplus space through school consolidations.
“Building new and improved schools is one of the many ways our government is supporting improved student achievement and well-being. The investment announced today will have a strong impact on students’ learning experience and will help them reach their full potential.”
“High-quality schools are the heart of our local communities and the foundation of our publicly funded education system. We know that better buildings support better learning. The funding announced today is a strategic investment in student achievement and well-being, and in the long-term prosperity of our province.”