Inner Sydney High School

Inner Sydney High School

This new comprehensive high school for 1200 students, developed by Schools Infrastructure NSW occupies a site on the corner of Cleveland and Chalmers Streets in the inner city suburb of Surry Hills. It provides a new future focused high-rise school, with a campus approach consisting of both new and refurbished buildings. This world class school provides 11 storeys of educational space, with a diversity of learning areas.

The campus is conceived as a series of general and specialist collaborative learning hubs and includes 47 general learning studios, open learning areas – both internal and external, science labs, a food technology unit, a visual arts unit and performing arts learning hub and design & technology workshops.

The new school development also includes a large gymnasium and movement studio, a roof top outdoor games court and a central resource library with ‘mini-libraries’ located throughout the school. It is envisaged that there will be a strong connection to the community through a shared use of both the adjacent Prince Alfred Park and selected campus facilities.

“This design stood out for its vision of a future-focused learning environment while preserving the heritage of this site,” 

NSW education minister Rob Stokes.

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