This page relates to the upgrade of the existing Hurlstone Agricultural High School to create a new selective high school in Glenfield.
For information on the relocation of Hurlstone Agricultural High School to a new location within Western Sydney University - Hawkesbury campus, please click here.
The NSW Government is spending $6 billion over four years to deliver more than 170 new and upgraded schools. This includes an additional $160 million spend in 2018/19 as part of the record $747 million maintenance investment announced last year. This is the biggest investment in public school infrastructure in the history of NSW.
An upgrade is underway to create a selective high school in Glenfield. This will be achieved through the upgrade and improvement of the existing school facilities and amenities at the site of the current Hurlstone Agricultural High School (which is subject to relocation as part of another capital works project).
The upgrade will provide:
new science laboratories
modern technology and applied sciences (TAS) facilities
new and refurbished visual arts teaching spaces
new combined food technology and textile teaching spaces.
The existing school will remain fully operational while the new building is being constructed.
Finalisation of formwork for concrete pours.
Pour concrete slab for the science block
Assembly of the steel structure has commenced.
Commencement of the brickwork for the building
Installation of a steel stud partition wall
Commencement of the roof installation
How can I get involved?
We are committed to working together with our school communities and other stakeholders to deliver the best possible learning facilities for students.