École Mission Senior Secondary Replacement

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April 5, 2024: Ministry of Education and Childcare News Release (click to read)

The Province is providing $175 million for the replacement of the school, with an additional $1 million funded by the school district. The new Mission Senior Secondary school is expected to be ready for students by the 2029-30 school year. The new 1,500-seat secondary school will create an additoinal 250 seats to support future enrolment growth in the district. The school will support an Indigenous education centre and a neighbourhood learning centre for community use and child care. The students will remain in the current school until

April 5, 2024: Ministry of Education and Childcare News Release (click to read)

The Province is providing $175 million for the replacement of the school, with an additional $1 million funded by the school district. The new Mission Senior Secondary school is expected to be ready for students by the 2029-30 school year. The new 1,500-seat secondary school will create an additoinal 250 seats to support future enrolment growth in the district. The school will support an Indigenous education centre and a neighbourhood learning centre for community use and child care. The students will remain in the current school until the new Mission Senior Secondary is complete.


Contract with Infrastructure BC to manage the process of finding a design / builder. Information will be available on their website once our contracts are in place https://www.infrastructurebc.com/. See the information on George Pringle Secondary and Cowichan Secondary School under projects on this website. We hope to enter into a contract with Infrastructure BC as soon as the Agreement with the Ministry is finalized.

Link to Infrastructure BC


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    April 5, 2024: Ministry of Education and Childcare News Release (click to read)

    In attendance: MLA Pam Alexis, Minister of Education and Childcare Rachna Singh, MLA Surrey-Green Timbers, MLA Bob D'Eith, Maple Ridge-Mission, School Board Chair Shelley Carter and Board Trustees Linda Hamel, Tracy Loffler, Jash Bains, and Randy Cairns, Sq'ewlets First Nation Knowledge Keeper Johnny Williams, MSS Principal Jim Pierce, and Izzy Vetter, 2022 MSS Class Valedictorian. As well, Mayor Paul Horn, Mission BC and Mission Council, School District staff, the City of Mission, and local First Nations community members were on hand to support.

    The Province is providing $175 million for the replacement of the school, with an additional $1 million funded by the school district. The new Mission Senior Secondary school is expected to be ready for students by the 2029-30 school year. The new 1,500-seat secondary school will create an additoinal 250 seats to support future enrolment growth in the district. The school will support an Indigenous education centre and a neighbourhood learning centre for community use and child care. The students will remain in the current school until the new Mission Senior Secondary is complete.

    April 5, 2024, Mission City Record Article

    Fall 2023: All requested documents have been in order and submitted to the Ministry of Education and Childcare within the requested timeframe. We are waiting for the next steps and funding from the Treasury Board.
    Senior staff have engaged the consultants who have been previously involved in preparing supporting documentation for the project. The consultants have been provided with an aggressive timeline to prepare the Project Definition Report (PDR). The report will define the scope and scale of the project and is anticipated to be finalized by September. Once it is finalized, the school district will submit it to the ministry (ahead of the provincial election).
    Novermber 1, 2023 | Media Release - MPSD: Mission Community Update

    March 10, 2023 | Press Release - NDP MLAs Alexis and D'Eith announce funding to replace Mission Secondary School

    Mission Record: Funding in place to build a new secondary school

    The Ministry announced that funds have been earmarked to replace the current École Mission Senior Secondary School, pending approval of the district’s business plan.

    Mission City Record, October 13, 2020 NDP Promise $87 million for new high school



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