Room to grow

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Holy Eucharist School13 October 2022

The students at Holy Eucharist School, St Albans South, will have more room to move with ground broken on a new $4.7 million expansion to the school.

‘This development gives our students and staff the opportunity to grow and thrive as learners and teachers in the 21st century’, said Principal Michael Bonnici. ‘These classrooms will be suited to the specific needs of our students who come from a diverse range of backgrounds, allowing them to flourish and embrace all the future possibilities available to them.’

The project includes eight new classrooms, a staff planning room, new toilet block, sport equipment room and a breakout room. The school was visited by St Albans MP Natalie Suleyman on behalf of the Victorian Government, which has contributed $2 million to the project. The new facilities will form part of the celebrations for the school’s upcoming 50th anniversary. The school currently has 535 students with expectations to increase to 600 in coming years.