The new Mango Hill State Secondary College is almost ready to welcome its first batch of Year 7 and 8 students for Term 1 in 2020.
Bounded by Kinsellas Road East and Richard Road, the Mango Hill State Secondary is a new state high school delivered as part of the 2020 Ready Program to support the growing student population in Mango Hill.
FKG Group has handed over the administration building keys to Mango Hill State Secondary College principal Michael Rogers mid-November.
Finishing touches on the information services building; ceiling installation, painting and services fit-off on the science centre; and wall linings and services fit-off on the general learning building are currently progressing.
The local catchment area for the Mango Hill State Secondary College is now available on EdMap.
About 2020 Ready Program
The 2020 Ready Program aims to deliver additional schools to support the growing population in state secondary schools following the introduction of Prep in 2007.
With the original set of Prep student about to graduate from high school at the end of 2019, the Department of Education is investing a total of $250 million over two years to deliver new classrooms and educational infrastructure to accommodate the six full cohorts of students who will occupy state high schools across Queensland in 2020.
The project is set to benefit a total 61 schools across the state, ensuring that they will be able to meet the demand for additional educational facilities and structures to accommodate the 17,000 students entering high school beginning 2020.
Completed 2020 Ready projects include Cairns State High School, Cleveland District State High School,, Forest Lake State High School, Glenala State High School, Helensvale State High School, Ipswich State High School, Murrumba State High School, Ormeau Woods State High School, Pimpama State High School, The Gap State High School, and Wynnum State High School,