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Welcome

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We're a place

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Highlights

A year of bold initiatives!
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Mini-makers

Design-thinking starts here
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New for Fall!

Groundbreaking lunch program goes district-wide
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Reconciliation

A shared responsibility...
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Discover with us! Engage. Learn. Grow.

At New Westminster Schools, we serve a rich tapestry of cultures, backgrounds, learning styles and needs. Together, we are a caring, inclusive, and committed learning community guided by our vision of being a place where students love to learn. We’re also proud to be building a state-of-the-art, $106.5 million replacement for one of BC’s largest high schools, scheduled to open in 2020. Visit for more.

Events & Announcements

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September 11, 2019

Lunch launch goes district wide: Parent info nights on now!

We are pleased to begin district-wide implementation of our groundbreaking Fuel Up! school nourishment program at all of our elementary and middle schools. Parent info nights are now on... more

September 3, 2019

Back to School Health and Safety Tips: Check them out!

Check out health and school zone safety tips from New Westminster Police and FraserHealth - everything you need to know for a safe and health school year!... more

September 2, 2019

Good Things are Happening 2018-2019

We’re proud of the exciting things happening across the district! Step inside our changing classrooms, and you'll see new approaches to inspired learning with our students.... more

News & Features

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June 25, 2019

A shared responsibility…

In the spirit of Reconciliation, our new five-year plan supporting Aboriginal student achievement will also ensure all learners (students, staff, community) increase their understanding of Aboriginal history, culture and perspectives... more

June 12, 2019

Building momentum for meaningful learning: Board approves $82.9 million budget

The New Westminster Schools board of education has approved an $82.9 million budget for the 2019-2020 school year - ensuring a growing foundation of innovative and effective initiatives in support of student learning... more

June 11, 2019

Stephanie Musgrove Nationally Recognized for Teaching Excellence

May 21: Kindergarten teacher Stephanie Musgrove was recognized today with a national Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence: Regional Certificate of Achievement at Lord Kelvin school ... more

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