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
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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
In the lead up to the 2014 State Election, the Government committed to the development of a 7-12 High School on land adjacent to the Richmond Bowling Club and Richmond Town Hall. A collaborative approach Schools are a vital community resource, delivering a highly valued, crucial service to young Victorians. The development of a new
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