Hi everyone, I'm Darren Parker, I'm the very proud principal of Bass Coast College.
The creation of an additional campus for our secondary college in San Remo provides a wonderful opportunity for our younger students in the Phillip Island, San Remo, and Waterline communities.
We cannot wait to share this facility with you in 2022.
Our junior campus at San Remo will be an amazing facility.
Our newly-named Bass Coast College has long valued its relationship with young people and their families from across the Bass Coast area.
The San Remo campus will provide a meaningful connection to our wider community.
The physical relocation of hundreds of current and future students not only saves on valuable travel time for these young people, it also provides a very real presence in an important part of our college community. I can't wait to have the students and their families on-site.
[Rachel Nolan FRAIA, Principal Architect, Kennedy Nolan]
The new campus will deliver junior secondary school education for new and existing students in Phillip Island, San Remo, and Waterline communities, and provide facilities to the wider community.
The San Remo campus is sited on 8 hectares of land on the crest of Potters Hill Road with views of the beautiful Bass Coast.
The campus is made up of five buildings for learning, wellbeing, resource and administration, and specialty subjects, as well as after-hours and community use. The new school campus includes an indoor stadium, a full-sized football oval, and four outdoor sports courts. It has car parking and drop-off and bus facilities.
The campus will support contemporary education, contribute to the local community, and be responsive to its unique coastal setting.
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Reviewed 07 December 2021