Oberon High School will keep its name when it mvoes to Armstrong Creek in 2021 as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s education building boom, which is delivering 100 new schools by 2026.
Member for Geelong, Christine Couzens, and Member for South Barwon, Darren Cheeseman, made the announcement today to keep the Oberon High School name at the new location in Armstrong Creek.
The state-of-the-art new secondary school is set to open in 2021 to help meet the demands of the area’s booming population.
The new school will cater for 1,100 studnets and will form part of the Armstrong Creek Education Precinct, sitting alongside the Armstrong Creek School, a combined primary and specialist school.
The precinct’s facilities will make the the schools the hub of their neigbourhoods and will help to build and support local communitites in growth areas.
The Labor Government has invested $5.6 billion to deliver more than 1,400 school upgrades, supporting construction jobs for 7,500 Victorians.
The new school will give local students in the area modern facilities and better technology to inspire learning, creative thinking and empower them to suceed.