Dr. Frank J. Hayden High School (formerly called Alton HS)
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Thursday, October 27, 2011 marked the official groundbreaking of the new joint community facility in Burlington’s Alton community. The $40.2 million project includes a three-storey secondary school that will accommodate approximately 1,200 students when it is scheduled to open in the fall of 2013.
The school is one part of the community complex, which will also include a 7,000 square foot public library and a community centre with five competition-size gyms. By combining these facilities and sharing resources, the Halton District School Board, Burlington Public Library and the City of Burlington are able to reduce the overall design and construction costs while providing important services to the community.
The location of this shared facility is Dundas St (Hwy #5) and Tim Dobbie Way, Burlington.
Irma Coulson Public School (formerly called Milton #7)
This new school will help address the growth in student enrolment occurring in south Milton. Construction has begun, with the official opening anticipated for September 2013. The school will be built for approximately 700 students.
The Halton District School Board awarded the architectural tender to Allen & Sherriff Architects, Richmond Hill, and the construction contract to Everstrong Construction Ltd., Orangeville.
Anne J. MacArthur Public School (formerly called Milton #8)
This newly named school is currently located at 215 Ontario Street, Milton, the former EC Drury High School site. Construction of the new school has begun with occupancy anticipated in early 2014. The newly constructed school will be located at 820 Farmstead Drive, Milton.
In Fall 2013, Anne J. MacArthur Public School will provide English language programming for Grade 1-8 and French Immersion programming for Grade 1-6 students.
Kathy McArthur is the principal and she can be reached at the school at 905-878-2076.