Senior students at Central Coast Grammar School have started Term 2 in a new, modern facility, part of the campuses revamp.
Central Coast Grammar School Headmaster, Bill Low, said he wants the campus to be a sophisticated and supportive home for emerging adults as they prepare for life beyond school.
“We have wasted no time in redeveloping K-2 facilities, vacated on the opening of our new Junior School in January, to create a nurturing home for our Senior College, with wellbeing and personal development at its heart,” Low said.
“Design principles throughout the development include sustainability, cutting edge technology and contemporary design.
“Natural materials with simple colours and textures complemented by controlled natural lighting and flexible furniture for multi-functioning learning environments provide dynamic spaces.”
New features will include an administration centre, a spacious Year 12 study centre with ergonomically designed furniture and learning technology and a common room with a large kitchenette area and flexible furniture, flowing outdoors to landscaped gardens and bathroom facilities.
Facilities that have also been added include dedicated careers and international programs offices and new senior learning spaces, including new Social Sciences classrooms equipped with cutting-edge learning technology and moveable furniture to facilitate discussion and collaboration.
Students will now have direct access to sports fields and dedicated student parking, featuring seated terraces, pavilions and verandas.
Media release, Apr 21
Central Coast Grammar School