Safety and facilities at Terrigal High School have been upgraded thanks to funding from the NSW Government, Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch said.
The $1.5m upgrade, included the redirection of parking away from the school’s reception area, helping to keep pedestrians separate from traffic on school grounds.
It also included improved facilities in a new bus shelter, public reception area, refurbished administration area and new landscaping and signage.
“I’m pleased that this upgrade has helped make Terrigal High School a safer, better equipped school,” Mr Crouch said.
“The new bus shelter, reception area and landscaping provide better facilities for the school community as a whole, which is a great result,” he added.
Education Minister, Mr Rob Stokes, said the works are a welcome improvement to the school.
The upgrade was funded under the government’s Secondary Schools Renewal Program.
Media release, Jun 9
Donna Golightly, office of Adam Crouch MP