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Inner City College vision moves closer to reality

Master planning is well underway for the flagship new Inner City College to be built in Subiaco.

A lead architect, Bateman T&Z Architects Joint Venture, has been appointed to produce a high-quality design for the school to match the modern education needs of today’s secondary students with spaces that inspire learning.

The WA Government announced in June that it would build the new secondary school as part of a plan to transform the area surrounding Subiaco Oval into a vibrant, new community precinct.

To be built alongside Subiaco Oval at Kitchener Park, the school will give local families a first-class option for their children’s secondary education, and ease demand for places at existing inner suburban public secondary schools.

The State Government has allocated $68 million for stage one of the school, which is expected to open to Year 7 students in 2020, expanding to cater for 2,000 students from Years 7 to 12 by 2025.

For more 2017-18 State Budget information, visit http://www.ourstatebudget.wa.gov.au

Source: Government of Western Australia.