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Current school projects

The Alberta government works with provincial school boards to build schools in Alberta.

View Alberta Infrastructure’s list of school projects and their progress.

2022 Approved School Capital Projects (PDF, 420 KB)

2021 Approved School Capital Projects (PDF, 430 KB)

2020 Approved School Capital Projects (PDF, 407 KB)

2019 Approved School Capital Projects (PDF, 423 KB)

Budget 2022 moves Alberta forward towards personal and economic prosperity by building capacity in our health-care system, developing the talents and skills of our workforce and providing opportunities for all Albertans to succeed and thrive. Find out more at: Budget 2022 Capital Plan.

Project planning

Every year, each school board creates a list of building projects that are important to their communities for the next 3 years. This list is known as the board’s 3-year capital plan.

Government uses information from the individual school board plans to create a provincial capital plan.

Provincial capital plans consider many factors, including:

  • a school’s impact on health and safety of students
  • the condition of the buildings
  • enrolment trends
  • each school board’s 3-year capital plan

The provincial capital plan helps government decide which projects will be approved when funding is available for school projects.

If a project is approved, the local school board, Alberta Education and Alberta Infrastructure work together on the details of the project to help ensure it meets students’ needs.

School boards may also identify partners that could help enhance projects for students and the greater community.

The School Capital Manual includes policies, procedures, guidelines and references for funding and planning projects. It is updated on an ongoing basis as required.

School Capital Reporting System – User Manual (PDF, 319 KB)

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