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Funding to Expand Coburg Senior High School

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Media release The Hon Martin Dixon MP

Minister for Education

Embargoed until Monday 5 May 2014

$3.5 million to expand Coburg Senior High School 

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Minister for Education announces $3.5 million in capital funding for Coburg Senior High School The funding will be used to develop facilities for students in years 7, 8 and 9 Victorian Coalition building a better education system for all Victorian students

The future of an expanded Coburg Senior High School is assured, with Minister for Education Martin Dixon announcing $3.5 million funding to expand the College into a full 712 secondary school. Mr Dixon said the funding for the project would be included in the upcoming Victorian State Budget. “The Victorian Coalition Government is committed to building better learning environments for Victorian students students and I’m pleased pleased to announce $3.5 million for Coburg Senior High School to develop the school’s Junior College for their first intake of year 7 students in 2015,” 2015,” Mr Dixon said. “This is a welcome announcement announcement for the community, that will provide high quality facilities to current and future f uture students and the Coburg community.” community.” Coburg Junior College is accepting Year 7 enrolments for the 2015 school year, and will grow to accept Year 8 and Year 9 enrolments in successive years. Mr Dixon said all Victorian students should have access to the best and most up-to-date school facilities. “This year, the Coalition Government has allocated a record $8.8 billion towards building a better education system for Victorian students,” Mr Dixon said. Mr Ondarchie welcomed the announcement, announcement, and thanked the community their commitment to local education. “This investment of $3.5 million will ensure the Coburg Junior School can offer high quality facilities that match the impressive curriculum curriculum and learning opportunities on offer for 2015,” Mr Ondarchie said. Funding for the upgrade will be available available from 1 July this year. Media contact: Talia Katz 0408 019 852 [email protected]

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