The $2 million upgrade of Le Fevre High School is now complete – the first project to be delivered as part of the state government's $1.3 billion education build.
The project has been completed in time to welcome students into new classrooms on the first day of the school year for 2021.
The Le Fevre High School upgrade includes a brand new building with several flexible learning areas, and a refurbished building featuring new hospitality facilities.
There are around 70 school upgrades and builds underway as part of the building program across the state, with the remaining projects expected to start in the coming months.
Acting Principal of Le Fevre High School Craig Bailey welcomed the upgrade.
“Walking into a brand new building and fully renewed building is a great way to start the new school year,” said Mr Bailey.
“Our students and staff are absolutely excited about the new learning areas and can’t wait to start using them.”