Evan Seal

French Immersion spaces cut at Woodward Hill Elementary

Choice programs in Surrey schools feeling the squeeze

‘To heal we need to understand our differences’

Kwantlen Polytechnic University offers support to LGBTQ community

Making connections – one baby step at a time

‘Roots of Empathy’ program helps elementary school students develop understanding of others.

Surrey School District in crisis, NDP says

MLAs voice their concerns over rising enrolment and inadequate funding.

Surrey School District gets $3M in administrative savings; Delta receives $690K

School districts across B.C. to share $25 million.

New funding for Surrey schools

$100 million announced for six new capital projects in the district.

Letters to Attawapiskat: Surrey students reach out to troubled teens

North Surrey Learning Centre students pen words of encouragement to aboriginal youth in crisis.

‘Once a Husky, always a Husky’

North Delta Secondary rallies to support teacher who lost her home in White Rock fire.

‘Mommy, are we going to burn?’

Surrey couple makes harrowing escape from Fort McMurray wildfire.

Best buddies take aim

Hoop shot charity event raises money for schools in Surrey and across the country.

Living Pat Dooley’s dream

Scholarship provides deserving Kwantlen student with $1000 towards turf management program

Wrestling Royal wins Gold

Queen Elizabeth wrestler takes gold at National Championships

A story in song

Inuk recording artist speaks – and sings – to Surrey students.

‘We found the perfect match’

Although it took nearly a year to find one another, a 'Big Sister' and her 'little sister' have developed a strong bond.

‘Brainy’ teen sets his sights on neuro-surgery

Grade 10 Clayton Heights Secondary student moves on to university after completing high school in his spare time.

Targeting at-risk youth

Early intervention key to keeping youth on a better path

More funding for trades announced at Kwantlen

Provincial government targets additional spaces for enrolment

School lockdown in North Surrey

RCMP deals with a gun call at a residence near 160 Street and 96 Avenue.

‘The kids are suffering,’ Surrey school board tells council

Trustees want new development in fast-growing regions of the city put on hold until more funding flows in.

Walking for peace and harmony

5th annual Labyrinth Peace Walk set for May 7 in Fleetwood Park