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Joane Cardinal-Schubert High School

​19340 - 45 Street SE (tentative)

Community | Seton
Capacity | 1800 Students
Anticipated Opening Date | Fall 2018
Grades | 10-12

Construction Status

The construction status is updated using the Construction Projects Status Report that is presented monthly to the Board of Trustees.
 
June 2017
 
Design and Specifications 100%
City Permits 100%
Construction Award 100%
Foundations 100%
Steel Fabrication and Erection 40%%
Roofing and Membranes 0%
Building Envelope 0%
Interior Finishes 0%
 
 
May 2017
 
Design and Specifications 100%
City Permits 100%
Construction Award 100%
Foundations 85%
Steel Fabrication and Erection 25%
Roofing and Membranes 0%
Building Envelope 0%
Interior Finishes 0%
 

School Registration

At this time, we are not accepting registrations for the Joane Cardinal-Schubert High School.
For the 2018 school year, the high school will offer Grade 10 and Grade 11 programming expanding to Grade 12 for the 2019 school year.
Students from Auburn Bay, Cranston, Copperfield, Douglasdale/Glen, Mahogany, McKenzie Lake, McKenzie Towne, New Brighton, and
Seton will attend Joane Cardinal-Schubert High School when it opens. We do not offer pre-registration or waitlists. Registration information will be communicated through:
  • cbe.ab.ca
  • current designated schools
  • bold signs
  • social media
  • CBE RSS feed

Project Background

Sept. 2016

  • The project was tendered during August and closed on August 29, 2016. A Partial Building Permit has already been issued and construction will commence upon award and approval by Alberta Infrastructure.

June 2016

  • A request for qualifications (RFQ) has been prepared to determine a shortlist of qualified General Contractors. The tender documents are currently being reviewed and finalized.

May 2016

  • A request for qualifications (RFQ) will be issued in May to determine a shortlist of qualified General Contractors.

March 2016

  • The working drawings are being prepared for a Summer tender.

February 2016

  • The Design Development Report has been finalized together with a Cost Report which has been submitted to Alberta Infrastructure for approval.

December 2015

  • A schematic concept has been developed and the Development Permit application process has commenced with the pre-application planning process.

September 2015

  • A schematic concept has been developed and a Development Permit application is to be submitted to the City in late September 2015

 

  • December 2015: Held open house at Education Centre for stakeholders to view design plans.
  • Steering committee meetings have commenced.
  • CTS programs have been identified.
  • Site investigation studies have commenced.
  • Gibbs Gage Architects was appointed on Feb. 10, 2015, to commence design development services.
  • Proposals for a prime consultant have been received and are being assessed.
  • March 31, 2015 - the Province committed to fully funding the construction of a southeast high school.
  • October 2014 | Province announces new CBE southeast high school
  • The Province announced the design development funding for the new high school on Sept. 22, 2014

2015-2018 School Capital Plan Information on Southeast High School

A new high school is required in the far southeast. The southeast sector is the fastest growing area in the city and is expected to increase approximately 38,800 - 42,000 persons over the next five year time frame.

All high school students residing in the southeast communities, north of Highway 22X, including McKenzie Lake, Douglasdale/Glen, McKenzie Towne, New Brighton, Copperfield are designated to Lord Beaverbrook High School. These communities have a build-out population of 72,500 persons and currently have more than 1,300 students attending CBE high schools. Three of these communities are early in their growth cycle and student numbers will continue to be in this range or greater over time.

There are approximately 400 high school students residing in the southeast communities, south of highway 22X, including Cranston (designated to Lord Beaverbrook High), Auburn Bay, Walden (designated to Dr. E.P. Scarlett High) and Mahogany (designated to Henry Wise Wood High). These four communities have a build-out population of 83,200 persons. Auburn Bay, Mahogany and Walden are in the early stages of development while Cranston is approximately 56 per cent built-out. High school student numbers will increase significantly in these communities in the coming years.

The southeast high school is planned to be built on a 25-acre site located in the Seton community near the South Calgary Health Campus. A future city recreation centre is planned to be located on the same site as the high school. A build-out population of 60,000 - 70,000 people can generate 1,800 students in Grades 10-12.  Student accommodation plans and designated communities will be determined based on the number of students in nearby communities in the months prior to the school opening.

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 Supporting Documents

 
Jun. 2017 Naming of the Southeast High School
​Jan. 2016 Community Engagement Plan
Oct. 20, 2015 Site Map
 

 

 

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