The Victorian Government has announced that Oberon High School will relocate to the Armstrong Creek Education Precinct in 2021.
The 2016-17 State Budget had provided $3.2 million to upgrade Oberon High School, so we're reassessing how to best use this funding in light of the announced relocation. Any required maintenance works will be carried out as a priority.
The decision about the school's relocation was part of a review by the Department of Education and Training into secondary school provision in Geelong's south.
The review examined enrolment demand for local government secondary schools and if they have sufficient space to cater for future enrolments across the south of Geelong, including the capacity to meet extra demand expected to come from nearby Armstrong Creek.
The Community Reference Group involved in the review strongly supports relocating Oberon High School.
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Year 7 enrolment options for secondary schools in the area have been announced. In 2019, students will be able to either:
enrol in Year 7 at Oberon High School and remain at the school when it relocates to the new Armstrong Creek site (any siblings wishing to also enrol at Oberon High School in the future would be considered as a priority); or
State-wide school zone maps for 2020 are available at findmyschool.vic.gov.au.
Future enrolment boundaries are also available.
Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.
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