The Queensland Government is investing in our existing school infrastructure and delivering projects across a number of programs.
Great Schools, Great Future
The Queensland Government is upgrading school infrastructure over the next 4 years across the state. This includes upgrades to multi-purpose halls and performing arts centres, refurbishment of existing school infrastructure and local projects, such as Outside School Hours Care, playground and fencing upgrades.
Renewing our Schools
The Queensland Government delivered the Renewing Our Schools program to upgrade school infrastructure across the state.
For many of the schools, this is the most significant infrastructure investment in decades. The program delivered both new and refurbished modern learning facilities for all of these schools.
Renewing our Schools fact sheet.
Maintain and sustain
The department has allocated more than $290 million in 2021–22 for planned and unplanned maintenance.
Below are images of some recently completed projects across the state.
Cairns State High School
A new multi-purpose hall, kinesiology laboratory and learning space.
Mitchelton State High School
A refurbished multi-purpose hall, new IT hub, sports cover and tuckshop.
Heatley Secondary College
Refurbished learning spaces, amenities, fencing and covered walkways.
Ferny Grove State High School
A new multi-purpose hall and administration upgrade.