​​CBE Finalizes Sustainable Plan to Balance Enrolment at High Schools

In May 2019, the CBE launched a community engagement initiative to develop a sustainable plan that balances enrolment across CBE high schools and gives students access, flexibility and choice in programming.

Based on feedback received from stakeholders, and taking into account CBE's values and planning principles, we confirm that the finalized plan​ is the same plan that was shared on June 1, 2021 for a final phase of feedback from students, staff, parents and community members.

Survey reports and details of the decision are available on our high school engagement webpage.

High School Engagement

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