Primary and secondary schools in the inner and western suburbs are being upgraded and expanded and Inner City College (planning name) is being built on Kitchener Park in Subiaco.
- Inner City College (planning name)
- Expansion of existing secondary schools in the western suburbs
- Changes to local intake areas
- Changes at Doubleview Primary School
- Changes at City Beach Primary School
- New facilities at City Beach Residential College
The State Government has announced its decision to build a new local intake secondary school, Inner City College (planning name) on Kitchener Park in Subiaco.
Subiaco has been identified as the best location for a new school, as is at the heart of the population growth in this area.
The new school will have world class facilities for students from Years 7 to 12 and be built for 2000 students to ease student enrolment pressures at Churchlands Senior High School Shenton College and Mount Lawley Senior High School.
Churchlands Senior High School
- $38.8 million expansion announced in October 2015.
- Includes classrooms, a gymnasium, science and arts buildings, technology building and car parking.
- Will provide accommodation for an additional 750 students taking the school’s permanent capacity to 2350 students.
- Construction of the new facilities is underway and will be completed by 2018.
- $49.5 million expansion announced in May 2016.
- Includes new general classrooms, science, visual and performing arts, multimedia, IT and business studies classrooms, food technologies facilities and a new cafeteria.
- The gymnasium will also be extended and new multipurpose courts and a new technology and enterprise centre constructed.
- Will provide accommodation for an additional 1000 students taking the school’s permanent capacity to 2600 students.
- Construction has commenced and is expected to be completed for the start of the 2019 school year.
Carine Senior High School
- $18.77 million expansion announced in September 2016.
- Includes general and specialist classrooms.
- Will provide accommodation for an additional 300 students taking the school’s permanent capacity to 1525 students.
- Construction of new facilities is due to start in 2018 and be completed in 2020.
- The school will also host a new Gifted and Talented Education Program from 2020 with a focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) education for students.
With Inner City College (planning name) in Subiaco opening for Year 7 students in 2020, the local intake areas for Churchlands Senior High School, Shenton College, Mount Lawley Senior High School and Dianella Secondary College will be amended to create a local intake area for the new school.
New local intake areas will be announced shortly.
A brand new $15.4 million Doubleview Primary School will be built on the current site providing students with state of the art classrooms and the latest technology. Building is underway and will be ready for the start of the 2018 school year.
Plans for the refurbishment of the current Doubleview Primary School for the re-location of the International School of Western Australia are going through the development approval process. It is expected the work will start in 2018 ready for the school to move from the former City Beach High School site in 2019.
The International School will run as a separate school, having its own entrance and administration.
Doubleview Primary School students will benefit through shared access to a new gymnasium and hard courts while maintaining an oval and substantial open space areas.
City Beach Primary School will be expanded with a new art, craft and music building to open in 2018.
The building will be shared with the Japanese School in Perth that will relocate from the former City Beach High School site to the City Beach Primary School.
The Japanese School will move in 2018 and use existing underutilised facilities at City Beach Primary School as well as a transportable, playground and shade structure that will be moved from the City Beach High School site. The Japanese School will operate completely separately from City Beach Primary School and will have its own entrance and administration.
City Beach Primary School students will benefit through enhanced learning opportunities along with shared cultural and sporting activities, as well as the new building.
City Beach Residential College will receive new facilities to replace those students currently use on the former City Beach High School site.
Construction of a new kitchen, dining room, recreation and study areas is expected to start in 2018 and be completed by 2019.
Building works will not adversely affect the residential college students and they will continue to use the dining and recreation facilities at the former City Beach High School site until our new facilities are ready.