Oak Bay High School Replacement Project

The new Oak Bay High School and neighbourhood learning centre provides a modern, integrated learning environment that serves students as well as the entire Oak Bay community.

Photo credit: Times Colonist

Oak Bay High School Replacement Project

Project Details

Project Description: The new school was designed to accommodate up to 1,300 students enrolled in grades 9 – 12 education programs. Students benefit from a new 21st century learning environment designed to facilitate personalized learning. The school includes a performing arts facility and a neighbourhood learning centre to host seniors’ programs, day care and other community programs.

The building was designed to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification and maximize the use of wood in accordance with the Province’s Wood First Act.

Client:Greater Victoria School District
Capital Cost:$52 million
Partner:Farmer Construction Ltd.
Project Status:Operational
Project Website:Click to access website
Case Study:Click to access case study


Request for Qualifications issuedJuly 11, 2012
Request for Qualifications closedAugust 15, 2012
Shortlist announcedOctober 25, 2012
Request for Proposals issuedFebruary 4, 2013
Contract awardJune 27, 2013
Construction to beginJuly 8, 2013
Construction completedAugust, 2015

Project Updates

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Project Map

Project Contacts

Project Contact:

Catherine Silman
Email: Catherine.Silman@infrastructurebc.com

Media Contact:

Seamus Howley
Greater Victoria School District #61
Email: SHowley@sd61.bc.ca

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