Government of New Brunswick

Investments in education and training are not only good for the economy, they ensure a strong quality of life. That is why education is one of government’s top priorities.

The New Brunswick government’s 10-year education plans will improve educational outcomes and better prepare young people for the future. They set objectives in key priority areas to create lifelong learners, support educational leaders and bring stability to the education system. Having the proper infrastructure in place is important as government work with its partners to implement its 10-year education plans.

Since 2015-2016, the New Brunswick government has invested $292,525,000 million to upgrade current schools and build new ones.

New schools:

  • Max Aitken Academy (Miramichi) - $22 million
  • King Street Elementary School (Miramichi) - $18 million
  • New Campbellton K-8 - $23.1 million
  • Chris Saunders Memorial Elementary School (Quispamsis) - $12.8 million
  • Seaside Park Elementary School (Lower West Saint John) - $20 million
  • Moncton North Middle School- $26 million
  • École Les Éclaireurs (Fredericton) - $19.4 million
  • École Champlain (Moncton) - $24.5 million
  • Dieppe 3-8 - $27 million
  • École Arc-en-Ciel (Oromocto) - $20.5 million
  • Galion des Applaches (Campbellton) - $21.7 million

Upgrades:

  • Riverview High School - $5.6 million
  • Harrison Trimble High School (Moncton) - $8.5 million
  • Gretna Green School (Miramichi) - $10 million
  • Bath Community School - $3 million
  • Woodstock High School - $1.1 million
  • Fredericton High School - $15 million
  • Connaught Street School (Fredericton) - $4 million
  • École L’Énvolée (Shippagan) - $1.3 million
  • Polyvalente W. Arthur Losier (Tracadie-Shelia) - $15 million
  • Centre scolaire communautaire La fontaine (Neguac) - $2.6 million
  • Polyvalente Thomas-Albert (Grand Falls) - $8 million
  • École Marie-Gaétane (Kedgwick) - $9.3 million
  • École secondaire Assomption (Rogersville) - $9.9 million
  • Centre scolaire Samuel-de-Champlain (Saint John) - $1.8 million
  • Polyvalente Louis J. Robichaud (Shediac) - $13 million
  • Petitcodiac Regional School  - $1.1 million

About $88 million will be invested in the province’s public schools in 2017-18.

 

Updated: August 2017

MEDIA CONTACT(S): Kelly Cormier, communications, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, (506) 444-5395, kelly.cormier@gnb.ca