New high school to be built in north Oshawa

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As part the province’s $12-billion plan to build and improve schools, the Durham Catholic District School Board was granted approval for a new Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School in North Oshawa.

The $29.4-million the DCDSB will receive is part of the province’s capital investment program to support students with
better learning spaces.

“The Durham Catholic community has long been advocating for a new Paul Dwyer and I have been pleased to partner with them in fighting for this much needed investment in the growing North Oshawa community,” said Durham MPP Lindsey Park. “This is great news for North Oshawa families and students. This investment will contribute to a high quality learning environment and educational experience for the students who attend this school.”

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