INVESTED IN EDUCATION INFRASTRUCTURE OVER 4 YEARS
NEW ROSTREVOR HIGH SCHOOL
$84.4m OVER 3 YEARS
Construct a new 1200 place year 7-12 high school on the Norwood Morialta High School Rostrevor campus.
The new high school will meet the growing demand for government secondary schooling in the area and will open from the beginning of 2023 for year 7 students.
UGRADING OUR SCHOOLS AND PRESCHOOLS
$42m OVER 3 YEARS
Capital works, including:
- the replacement of existing learning areas at Seaview Downs Primary School, Pimpala Primary School and Eastern Fleurieu R-12 School at the Langhorne Creek campus
- additional learning areas to address capacity issues at Salisbury East High School and Nailsworth Primary School
- the relocation of the Elliston RSL Memorial Children’s Centre to the Elliston Area School
NEW SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL UPGRADES
As part of the government’s $1.3b investment in education infrastructure, work is on track with upgrades to 63 high schools and creation of 4 new schools to support the move of year 7 into high school at the commencement of the 2022 school year. Works for completion in 2021-22 include $23m Adelaide High School, $33.6m Glenunga International High School, $53.4m Norwood Morialta High School, $24.6m Roma Mitchell Secondary College, $32.5m Unley High School, and the new $100m Whyalla Secondary College and $10m Goolwa Secondary College. The new Riverbanks College (Angle Vale) and Aldinga Payinthi College will be delivered in December 2021 under a $280.8m Public-Private Partnership.
SUPPORTING NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
ADDITIONAL CAPITAL GRANTS
$11.8m IN 2021-22
Additional funding to the non-government school sectors focused on projects that grow enrolments, including improving non-government school facilities. This initiative extends the support provided in the 2020-21 Budget.
ADDITIONAL STATE FUNDING SUPPORT
$2.9m IN 2021-22
This initiative extends support provided in 2020-21 to individual independent schools to assist with the transition to the new state funding arrangements in the 2022 school year.