Woogaroo Creek State School in Augustine Heights Ready for Term 1 2023

Woogaroo Creek State School is accepting students for Prep to Year 6 beginning Term 1 2023. The new school is located in Augustine Heights, one of four state schools to open in Queensland in 2023.

The $85-million Augustine Heights school started construction in March 2022 with Stage 1 ready to accept 600 Prep to Year 6 students beginning 2023 and will further expand to 1,000 once Stage 2 is completed.

The opening of the new school is expected to provide enrolment relief to nearby schools Fernbrooke State School, Augusta State School, and Redbank Plains State School.

Woogaroo Creek State School in Augustine Height All Set to Open for Term 1 2023
Woogaroo_Creek_State_School catchment | Photo credit: Queensland Government / qgso.qld.gov.au 

Woogaroo Creek State School includes an administration block, student support and staff building, an information and resource centre, and a multi-purpose hall.

 Woogaroo Creek State School in Augustine Height All Set to Open for Term 1 2023
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Also, there is a canteen, prep/junior general learning areas, sporting field, multi-purpose courts, and general and student amenities as well as internal roads and car parking.

For 2025 and 2026, the State Government plans to invest in five more new schools in Caboolture West, Caloundra South, Ripley, Flagstone, and Bahrs Scrub. These new schools will add to the 11 that will open in 2023 and 2024.

Three state primary schools, including this one, will welcome new students and ease enrollment pressure in other schools in their respective areas in 2023. The other two schools are located in Yarrabilba and Ripley.

Meanwhile, a state secondary school is also set to open to years 7 and 8 students in Sunshine Coast’s Palmview.

Published 17-January-2023