High school for Jordan Springs

THE NSW Labor Government will deliver a new public high school for Jordan Springs in the heart of the rapidly-growing suburb, just a five-minute drive from the public primary school.

The high school will open on Day 1, Term 1, 2027 with capacity for 1,000 students, and is being master planned for future growth. The school was a key Labor election commitment and forms part of a record $3.5 billion investment in new and upgraded schools for Western Sydney.

The NSW Labor Government states that the targeted investment in growing communities will ensure working families have access to a world class public education.

The new high school will be located on Infantry Street, Jordan Springs, a five-minute drive from Jordan Springs Public School.

Work to finalise the masterplan and design for the new school is continuing with acquisition of the new site to be finalised shortly.

“This is fantastic news for the Jordan Springs community, who fought for years for local
public schools and under Labor will finally get a local public high school,” Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Early Learning Prue Car said.

“In three years’ time, a brand new high school will be located here in Jordan Springs to serve the communities of Jordan Springs and Ropes Crossing.

“The former Liberal National Government failed communities like Jordan Springs where rapid residential development was approved without proper planning or investment for local essential services like public schools.

“I cannot wait to share progress on building this brand new high school as we get on with the job of delivering it.”