Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery has provided an insight into the $32 million major redevelopment at Carine Senior High School by revealing artist impressions of the new facilities.
The designs detail the massive project that will provide the award-winning school with new general classrooms, a sports hall and additional facilities for science, food technology and IT.
Architects T&Z were appointed to design the redevelopment in November 2020.
Construction is expected to start in November and it is anticipated that the facilities will be completed by mid-2023. This project will support an estimated 115 jobs.
Enrolments at Carine Senior High School continue to grow as local families are drawn to the school’s high achievements, innovative learning programs and state-of-the-art facilities. The redevelopment will create space for an additional 600 students.
The unprecedented Major School Upgrade package – totalling $492.2 million – includes
$319.2 million of new funding for upgrades and refurbishments at 63 public schools around the State, stimulating economic growth and supporting around 1,850 jobs.
As stated by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:
“I am thrilled we can deliver this upgrade for Carine and continue to enhance the education offering at this excellent school.
“Quality public education is critical to every community in Western Australia and we are committed to building better schools across the State.”
As stated by Carine MLA Paul Lilburne:
“Carine is a growing area and the school is popular so the redevelopment will make sure top-class education remains accessible for families in the community.
“The school has seen great success over recent years and these modern facilities will provide students and teachers with new opportunities to extend their teaching and learning programs.”