Eventually growing to more than 1500 students, the College opened in 2019 with Prep to Year 3 and Year 7 students. The first Year 7 students will graduate from Year 12 in 2024 and the first original Prep students in 2031.
Recognising that our world will be a very different place for 2031 graduates in which collaboration is at the fore, all building stages will feature flexible, inter-connected spaces for either small or large groups, or one-on-one learning, plus large, modern sporting facilities.
Three generously-sized learning areas for Prep students
Seven general learning areas for Years 1 to 4 and Years 7 and 8
Four specialist rooms including Food Technology, Science, Visual Arts and Industrial Design
Tuckshop, lunch covered area and uniform shop
Two full-size, covered PE courts, one dedicated for Primary students and the other for Secondary students
Two-storey administration building incorporating Resource Centre, Student Services, and three (temporary) general learning areas
Extensive car parking and pick up and set down zones
Stage two of the master plan will commence in January 2020, completion is expected by December 2020 and will include.