A re-elected NSW Liberal and Nationals Government will deliver a new high school in Jordan Springs to support the growing local community, with work on the project to commence in the next term of government.
Premier Dominic Perrottet and Minister for Education and Early Learning Sarah Mitchell were on site today at Jordan Springs Public School to announce the commitment to the new high school, coinciding with completion of Stage 2 of the primary school ahead of students returning next week.
Mr Perrottet said only a NSW Liberal and Nationals Government has the track record to deliver this vital infrastructure for communities across Western Sydney.
“We know how important it is to provide local families with great schools and thanks to our long-term economic plan, we’re able to build on our investment in Jordan Springs Public School by committing to a new high school in this growing community,” said Mr Perrottet.
“Our track record speaks for itself with billions of dollars invested in major projects across Western Sydney. This new high school will provide students with access to a world class education right here in their community.”
Ms Mitchell said local families can trust the NSW Liberal and Nationals Government to deliver this project.
“Only a Liberal and Nationals Government can ensure this project is delivered for the local community. This government has invested more than $167 million in Londonderry, including the new Jordan Springs Public School, and it is this government that will deliver a new high school,” said Ms Mitchell.
“The school community should be excited for school to start next week with these amazing upgraded facilities at Jordan Springs Public School, and this is just one of the many schools we are delivering this term,”
“Since 2011, we have delivered 60 major projects across Western Sydney with another 50 underway and we will continue to invest in growing communities right across the state.”
The NSW Government is investing $8.6 billion in school infrastructure over the next four years, continuing its program to deliver 160 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW. This builds on the more than $9.1 billion invested in projects delivered since 2017, a program of $17.7 billion in public education infrastructure.