HOLY CROSS REGIONAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Surrey, BC
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Client
RC Archbishop of Vancouver

Completion
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Construction cost
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Total Area
50,000 ft2

Capacity
650 students

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1980, Pacific Rim Architecture Ltd. was chosen as the Diocesan agent to rezone, design and plan the largest Regional Catholic High School in British Columbia.

Situated on a site of 17 acres, the school is located immediately adjacent to St. Matthew’s RC Parish Church (also designed by Pacific Rim Architecture Ltd.)

Holy Cross Regional Catholic High School was planned as a multi-phased development.

Year   Phase   Cost
1980    One     $2.5 million
1985    Two     $1.5 million
1991    Three   $.25 million

In addition to classrooms, cafeteria and offices, amenities include an acoustically treated band room, an 800+ person capacity gymnasium, and chapel.