- Secondary School
The infinite opportunities of the future will be the proving grounds of nimble young minds. So as parents and educators, we owe it to our young people to equip them today with the knowledge, skills and attributes they will need to thrive tomorrow.
The new $100m Adelaide Botanic High School is on track to open from term 1 2019, providing 1250 students from inner-city suburbs with greater access to high quality secondary learning. The school will start with year 8 and 9 students initially, growing to 1250 students by 2022.
Adelaide Botanic High School will showcase the best of public education and 21 Century learning, catering for the learning needs of all students through its extensive curriculum offerings. Grounded in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), local partnerships and research, our future leaders will also be agile, cooperative, flexible and imaginative. This is why at Adelaide Botanic High School; our unique environment is explicitly designed to nurture these qualities.
Surrounded by leafy green spaces, botanic gardens and the vibrant Adelaide Zoo, our students will become a vital part of a broader hub of universities, businesses, the museum, state library and performing arts facilities. From this exhilarating vantage point they will unlock the inspiration to view tomorrow as limitless, electrifying and immediate.
Future learning opportunities at Adelaide Botanic High School begin with Years 8 and 9 in term 1, 2019.Key features of the design include:
State of the art science, design and technology laboratories which will underpin the school’s strong focus on STEM subjects.
Students will have access to some of the latest equipment in engineering and investigative science, preparing them for the jobs of tomorrow.
Food technology kitchens, to help uncover and support the next generation of young innovators who will promote South Australia’s outstanding food to the world.
Maker spaces to encourage creativity through design technology, media studies and art.
Smart, environmentally friendly buildings which minimise energy and water use and support Adelaide’s vision of becoming a carbon neutral city.
Modern library and research centre.
Extensive external learning and recreation spaces for students in and around the parklands and on the building’s upper levels.
Indoor gymnasium and fitness studio.
Music and drama practice, performance and learning spaces.
Performing Arts Theatre
Cafeteria with outdoor terrace.
Secure basement bicycle parking for 170 bicycles.
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