Churchlands Senior High School is currently undergoing building works to cater for all our students. We ask our community to be patient and support the upgrades taking place at our school.
We will continue to keep our parents and our local community informed of developments.
Announcements impacting Churchlands Senior High School
The State Government has recently announced a new secondary school to be built on the former City Beach High School site, opening for Year 7 students in 2020 and expanding to Year 12 students by 2025.
The new City Beach College (planning name) will significantly reduce enrolment pressure on our school, and is part of a plan to address secondary student enrolment growth in the western suburbs.
Another part of this plan includes our current $38.8 million expansion program. Our new state of the art facilities will include classrooms, a gymnasium, science and arts building, technology building and car parking.
The intake boundaries will be changed from 2020 for access to City Beach College and from 2024 for access to Carine Senior High School.
For the change of local intake areas in 2020, students enrolled at Churchlands Senior High School in 2019 will be able to complete their schooling at our school. Younger siblings of these students will be able to commence their secondary schooling at Churchlands as long as the older sibling is also enrolled. The same process will apply in 2023 for the change to the Churchlands Senior High School and Carine Senior High School optional local intake area.
For more information on the western suburbs secondary schooling plan, please visit the Department of Education's website.
Additional capital works
Currently Churchlands is undertaking a feasibility study to build a new 50m Olympic sized swimming pool which will be located adjacent to the existing pool. It is hope that construction will commence in 2018.
The school is also undertaking planning to build additional office space to accommodate administration numbers required to manage a school of our size.