New West Niagara High School Takes a Step Forward in Town of Lincoln

Building opportunity for the students of Niagara, Ontario

A News Release from the Constituency Office of Niagara West MPP Sam Oosterhoff

Posted February 18th, 2019 on Niagara At Large

Niagara West MPP Sam Oosterhoff

Beamsville in Niagara, Ontario  – This past Friday, February 15th, Sam Oosterhoff, MPP for Niagara West announced that the Hon. Lisa Thompson, Minister of Education, has approved land funding for the new high school serving the communities of Grimsby, Lincoln, and Smithville.

The Ministry of Education has worked closely with the District School Board of Niagara and local municipalities to ensure the project meets the needs of families and students.

Once completed, the school will create space for 1,533 pupils. West Niagara Secondary School will be located at 4670 Durham Road, Beamsville.

“Supporting our growing communities with these essential investments is key to ensuring the future of students in West Niagara,” said MPP Oosterhoff. “It is encouraging to know that we have a Government that recognizes the value of reliable and quality education.”

“Our Government is committed to providing first-rate learning environments to students across Ontario.  We know this investment will support the community of West Niagara, serving as more than a school but also as a gathering place for families for generations to come.” said Lisa Thompson, Minister of Education

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