Name a Surrey school

New Clayton high school needs a moniker and trustees are inviting the public to submit ideas.

The Surrey Board of Education is inviting the public to play a part in local history and suggest a name for Surrey’s newest school.

The city’s newest public high school will be built at 7278 184 St. in the Clayton North neighbourhood. It is slated to open in 2017.

According to school board policy, school names should reflect the history or geography of the neighbourhood or community. Special consideration is given to names that have significant meaning to students and members of the community.

Anyone wishing to suggest a name can do so by emailing or by writing to: School Naming, Communication Services, Surrey Schools, 14033 92 Ave., Surrey, BC, V3V 0B7.

The deadline for suggestions is 4 p.m. March 20.


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