Fraser Heights Secondary School
Fraser Heights Secondary is a public high school in an upper-class neighbourhood of Surrey, British Columbia part of School District 36 Surrey. Around the school is a multi-million dollar sports complex, consisting of two full-size turf fields, eight tennis courts, the Fraser Heights Recreation Centre and over 5 km of hiking trails. The school is prominently known for its academic excellence as a public school. Fraser Heights has an average class size of 18 students, as well as their badminton and volleyball programs. A $14 million expansion wing with 16 new classrooms and an open area for community use opened in Spring of 2014.
Fraser Heights Secondary is home to one of four theatres in Surrey, the others being Chandos Pattison at Pacific Academy, the Bell Centre, and the Surrey Performing Arts Theatre.
Fraser Heights is one of the most exclusive and prestigious postal codes in the Lower Mainland, with similar average house prices as West Vancouver and the Shaughnessy/Kerrisdale neighbourhood in Vancouver West.
The 2015 average (mean) income in Fraser Heights was $192,928 compared to $78,283 in Surrey as a whole. More details on Wikipedia