Plans for new senior college for CCGS unveiled

Central Coast Grammar School has confirmed plans for its new Senior College

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

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