The Queensland Government’s $1.68 billion Building Future Schools (BFS) program is delivering world-class learning environments for Queensland students.
The BFS program is delivering new state schools in growth areas across the state, investing in existing school assets, and making strategic land acquisitions for the future—delivering new and innovative education infrastructure solutions for growing communities.
Over the 10-year period from 2016 to 2026, around 8,000 additional students are forecast to join the Queensland state school networks per year, with a majority of growth within the south–east Queensland region.
The BFS program is enhancing school infrastructure and establishing long-term master plans to support state schools, as well as:
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The BFS program is enhancing school infrastructure and establishing long-term master plans to support state schools as part of Brisbane's changing landscape.
The BFS program has delivered:
Master planning of more than 30 existing inner-city state schools.
Calliope State High School
Fortitude Valley State Secondary College
Foxwell State Secondary College
Kelvin Grove State College—Ballet Academy
Lee Street State Special School
Mango Hill State Secondary College
Ripley Valley State School
Ripley Valley State Secondary College
Yarrabilba State Secondary College
Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology (expansion)
West End State School (expansion)