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Performing arts centre shines

Performing arts centre shines

Check out the new $12 million performing arts centre at Mackay Northern Beaches State High School.

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Super effort at Southport school

Super effort at Southport school

Southport State High School is recovering following a significant fire.

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New schools in 2020

New schools in 2020

Eight new schools will open for the start of 2020 to address enrolment growth across the state

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In 2019–2020, the Queensland Government is investing $1.464 billion in state school infrastructure to build, maintain, improve and renew schools across Queensland. Below are featured programs, projects and stories to share how this money is being spent to create and improve learning spaces across the state.

  • $1.464 billion
  • Budget for state school infrastructure
  • $100 million
  • Capital assistance in non-state schools
  • Supporting an estimated 4,245 jobs
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Last updated
05 November 2019