Western Australia Minister for Education Peter Collier
Major Redevelopment Unveiled For Willetton Students
Victor P Taffa
- Contemporary teaching and learning facilities officially opened at Willetton Senior High School
- New centre for student health and wellbeing
Willetton Senior High School students will have more space to learn and grow thanks to brand new buildings housing classrooms, vocational education and training areas, and a modern health centre.
Education Minister Peter Collier today officially opened the contemporary new teaching, learning and wellness facility.
“These new rooms for technology, visual arts and textiles, English, mathematics and vocational courses will support students in their studies and training for their future careers.” Mr. Collier said.
“Teaching and support staff will also benefit from the fresh offices, so they can better support students to participate at the highest level in a variety of disciplines.”
- An area for staff,
- An eating and refreshment zone,
- An information technology office and store.
Students will also benefit from a new health centre where trained staff will provide wellness and medical care.
“These outstanding new buildings will support the fine work already happening at Willetton Senior High School, which is one of the most competitive schools in the State due to its outstanding student results.” Mr. Collier said.
- Willetton Senior High School is an Independent Public School with 2,295 students
- It is ranked 14th overall and third for all public schools in Western Australia
- In 2016, 17 students achieved an ATAR of 99 and higher
- Willetton Senior High School opened in 1979