Central Coast Grammar School has unveiled final plans for their new Senior College.
The new facility will replace existing K-2 facilities and is expected to open in 2021.
The works are part of the second stage of the school’s Master Plan to deliver first class next generation learning facilities K-12.
According to Headmaster, Bill Low, students have been thriving in the innovative redevelopment of the English and History B block which opened in 2018, with new project set to relocate other senior facilities to the heart of the campus, creating a sophisticated and supportive home for seniors preparing for life beyond high school.
The redevelopment will include: Senior College (Years 10-12) administration centre; Year 12 study centre with digital collaboration zones; Year 12 common room with large kitchenette; Careers and international programs offices; Dynamic senior learning spaces; New bathroom facilities; and a social sciences department office.
Low said well-designed and revitalised landscapes will cater for senior students and include seated terraces and verandas giving the Senior College a mature, university feel.
The new Senior College centre responds to the school’s ongoing commitment to next generation education and high-quality resources to meet a broadening curriculum.
CCGS was successful in securing $2M in funding from the Federal Government to support the redevelopment.
CCGS community members past and present also contributed to the project during the Junior School Capital Appeal which included a new K to 6 junior school facility, sports grandstand and amenities, also opening at the start of 2021.
Website, May 15
Bill Low, Central Coast Grammar School