Richmond High School 2018

ABOUT THE PROJECT Richmond High School (interim name) will cater for 650 Year 7-12 students. Stage One will open in Term 1, 2018 for the first cohort of Year 7 Foundation students. We are opening the school in two stages. Term 1, 2018 For the first year, the school will only be accepting Year 7 […]

Richmond families fume over school zone changes

Many Richmond families are up in arms after discovering they will be zoned out of the prestigious Melbourne Girls College, which is located in their suburb. To rub salt in their wounds, families living in some parts of Kew, Hawthorn and Toorak will still be included in the state school’s enrolment boundary. The changes were […]

Labor commits $42 million to build Richmond High School in State Budget

THE State Government has committed $42 million to building the new Richmond High School. Designs of the school are due to be completed at the end of this year, with construction to commence at the start of next year. The school, expected to house about 600 students, is scheduled to open at the start of […]

A New School For Richmond Is On The Way

MEDIA RELEASE A NEW SCHOOL FOR RICHMOND IS ON THE WAY Richard Wynne APRIL 27, 2016 Students in Richmond will soon have a new school, with the Andrews Labor Government providing an additional $42 million for the new Richmond High School. The Member for Richmond, Richard Wynne today announced the funding as part of the […]

Richmond High School FAQs

Richmond High School FAQs Department of Education and Training Programs and Initiatives > Buildings and Infrastructure > Richmond High School FAQs When will the school open? At this early stage of the project an opening date is not yet available. What is the New School Planning Group and how will it be involved? The New […]

Media Release: Richmond Secondary School

Council welcomes the State Government’s announcement this week of a community planning committee to be established to provide strategic advice on the development of a new secondary school for Richmond. The site earmarked for the new school is in the Richmond Town Hall precinct on Gleadell Street. As proposed by the State Government the planning […]

Richmond’s Brand New Secondary College Takes Shape

Richmond’s Brand New Secondary College Takes Shape Minister for Education 15 July 2015 The proposed site of Richmond’s new secondary college has been selected and the planning committee that will kick start its creation is ready to get to work. Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Richmond Richard Wynne joined members of the […]

Richmond’s Brand New Secondary College Takes Shape

The proposed site of Richmond’s new secondary college has been selected and the planning committee that will kick start its creation is ready to get to work. Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Richmond Richard Wynne joined members of the planning committee today to make the announcement. The Richmond New School Planning Committee […]

Carpark to be site of new Richmond High School

AFTER nine years of campaigning, planning for Richmond High School is beginning, with the school to be built on a carpark owned by the State Government. Education minister James Merlino and Richmond MP Richard Wynne visited the Gleadell St site today to announce the planning committee for the school. The site is zoned for educational […]

Labor promises new high school for Richmond

Twenty-two years after the Kennett government closed Richmond High, Labor has announced it would build a new school if elected. For Justin Naylor, who joking refers to himself as the convenor/last man standing of the lobby group Richmond High School Choices, the announcement was “quite unbelievable and surreal”. Richmond High School Choices was formed in […]