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March 13, 2020

Full funding announced for new Black Gold high school

The provincial government has announced full construction funding for a new high school in the City of Leduc this week. The provincial government had already committed to design funding for the capital project in its 2019 Spring Budget.   This will be Black Gold’s second high school in the City of Leduc and will have an… Read more »

November 29, 2017

Leduc Family of Public Schools Configuration Amendment

Due to capacity constraints at École Leduc Estates School and the continued development of the neighborhood of Blackstone, the following amendment has been approved to Board Motion 66/16-17 City of Leduc, Blackstone neighbourhood development – School Attendance Boundary allocation. APPROVED ATTENDANCE AREA Blackstone (see attendance area for clarification) Stage 1 and 2 development area neighbourhood… Read more »

January 24, 2017

Experience Leduc’s Family of Black Gold Regional Schools

Check out our latest Family of Black Gold Regional Schools e-booklet, highlighting our Leduc public schools. Explore further to experience why generations have entrusted Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 with their children’s education. Stay tuned for future e-booklets highlighting our other communities.

January 24, 2017

Leduc Family of Public Schools Configuration Update

Stage 1 of the Blackstone development, located within the South West section of the City of Leduc, will soon be granting occupancy to residents. This area of land was not assigned to any of the existing school boundaries as part of the approved June 18, 2014 Leduc Family of Public Schools Boundary and Grade Configuration review… Read more »

January 22, 2016

Leduc Family of Schools Configuration Review Finalized

Background In 2006, Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 (BGRD) included a request for a new school in the Division’s 2006 capital plan submission and, in 2011, it had become the Division’s number one priority for a new school. The request for a new school was supported by projected enrolment data, compiled because of the… Read more »