Bluewater District School Board serves an area 8,673 square kilometres in size and is defined by the borders of Bruce and Grey Counties.
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A few individual schools in our direct are are:

Grey Highlands Secondary School, home of the Lions, is a high school with an enrollment of approximately 950 students located in Flesherton, Ontario. The school opened in 1968 and has undergone many growth and renovation periods, including the most recent expansion in 2006 of a new east wing on the school that added several classrooms and computer labs.
The school is home to many successful athletic teams, including many that have won regional and provincial championships. Grey Highlands also boasts several strong academic and technological studies programs, and offers two high-skills majors in Environmental Studies and in Horticultural Science.

Macphail Memorial Elementary School-Home of the Tigers is a big, beautiful school that was built in 2004. We are located in the Village of Fles
herton in Southern Grey County. Currently, there are 507 students attending our school. Macphail is a dual-track school that strives to meet the needs of our students in both English and French Immersion. We also have a growing population of students from our local Mennonite Communities which provide us with exposure to the German culture as well. Macphail is very fortunate to have one of the best nutrition programs in our area!?

A new school in Markdale to replace BeaverCrest is a step closer to reality after the provincial government gave the Bluewater District School Board the green light to purchase additional land. The land priorities funding is in addition to $6.4 million the ministry has already approved to build a new 236 pupil junior kindergarten to Grade 8 school. The school it would replace has a capacity of 314 pupils. An additional $2.1 million will go towards creating two childcare spaces and two EarlyON spaces at the site.

St. Peter & St. Paul's School is a dynamic school community located in Durham, West Grey.  We are a small school celebrating differences while embracing our unity in the Catholic Faith.  

Headwaters Academy: An Outdoor-Centric Approach To Education has taken the curriculum and reworked it horizontally, so that kids can have flexibility to succeed wherever their level currently is. 
It’s a place that aims to engage its students with exceptional outdoor, environmental—and perhaps most uniquely— entrepreneurial education, adapting its own project based curriculum geared at mastering the Ontario curriculum.
Students need to problem solve by going beyond simplistic demonstration of ‘knowing’ things. Learning involves ‘doing’ as much as it involves ‘knowing about’. A purposeful project-based approach to learning can make significant contributions to student engagement. Learning that supports the development of students as entrepreneurs can contribute to building a more innovative and inventive world. Students need to learn and participate as problem-solvers, designers and implementers of creative and practical innovations and solutions to feel confident and skilled at making contributions in society.