A State Significant Development (SSD) application has been lodged with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) for a major upgrade to Glenwood High School.
The redeveloped school will deliver a new three-storey building which will include 47 learning spaces, the refurbishment of the ground floors of Buildings A and D, and the refurbishment of Buildings E and J, as well as landscaping throughout the school.
Riverstone MP, Kevin Conolly said the upgraded school will deliver modern resources for the growing student population.
“Our schools are the centre of our communities and we want our children to have the best education possible. Providing highquality school facilities is a key part of that,” he said.
Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said the upgraded high school will deliver modern resources to local students now and into the future.
The community can also visit the Virtual Information Room by following the link on the School Infrastructure NSW project page: www.schoolinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au/projects/g/glenwood-high-school-upgrade.html