The upgrades and new buildings at our local schools are rolling out under a record schools investment by the Palaszczuk Government.
The world-class new multi-level building at North Lakes State College is a $16.5 million multi-storey learning centre that includes ten classrooms, six multimedia learning areas, two music rooms, an auditorium and a car park.
There is also a virtual reality studio and a range of facilities that mean local students have some of best leading-edge educational facilities in Queensland.
Eight new class rooms have been added to Bounty Boulevard State School. This is a $2.8 million project, the second half of the construction of O Block at what is Queensland’s biggest P-6 school.
The Queensland Government has also provided $1.53 million for the construction of new classrooms including a technology (food and fibre) room at Arethusa College at Deception Bay.
At The Lakes College, $1.4 million was granted to assist with the construction of six new classrooms, a staff area, outdoor and undercover learning areas,
Construction will soon commence on new high school at Mango Hill, on a 14 hectare site in Kinsellas Road East.
This will open in 2020 for year 7 and 8 students and is expected to to grow to about 1800 students from years 7 to 12.