Building for today and the future
At Concordia we are proud of the facilities our students enjoy. We are committed to maintaining and developing the physical learning environment, from day-to-day classroom maintenance and upgrades to advanced building projects, like the ‘Murtoa’ Middle School learning hub (2010), St John's Hall (2012) and ‘The Atrium’ Senior School study centre (2012).
A major building project that was supported by Building Fund donations was completed in 2016 and has been affectionately named 'the Hub'. This facility comprises the new entrance to the Concordia Campus on Winchester Street, a new Student Services Office, as well as Finance and Administration offices and four new classrooms.
Generous contributions from regular, voluntary donations to our tax deductible Building Fund provide vital support for important projects, helping us to continue to provide excellent facilities for our students, both now and for generations to come.
A major building project is currently underway to construct a leading-edge Centre for Science and Discovery on the site of the old Science Block. The new facility will connect the classroom with the outside world, while also demonstrating a number of scientific, mathematic and artistic principles to the students who walk through its doors. We look forward to seeing the vision of enhanced opportunities for collaboration between STEM subjects, Art and Design come to fruition in the future. Click here for more information about the facility and to find out how you can get involved in supporting this landmark project.