Toowoomba Grammar School is embarking on an exciting new phase with the commencement of our inspiring Masterplan. This landmark multi-year project is designed to anticipate the needs of students in our rapidly changing global society and to provide our current and future boys with outstanding learning environments and opportunities.

Phase One of the plan will see the development of a first-class Technologies Precinct to expand and consolidate the existing Industrial Design and Technologies (IDT) resources across the campus. Two new buildings will encompass this precinct – a Design, Engineering and Technology facility and an Agriculture and Industry Centre.

The first-class Design, Engineering and Technology (DET) facility will provide students with innovative and creative learning areas comprising state-of-the-art equipment for the practical application of their creativity and theoretical knowledge. The facility will support students in both the Junior and Senior School, providing all boys with access to innovative technologies that will enhance both our curriculum and co-curricular offerings and equip them with necessary skills for the future.

The Agriculture and Industry Centre (AIC) will expand the School’s curriculum offerings with a strong focus on future and industry focused subjects in the area of Agricultural Science and Environment, Technology, Engineering and vocational pathways in these fields. This will occur through the provision of research spaces, industry collaboration, modern laboratories and facilities as well as construction and manufacturing workshops.

Future Masterplan projects involve boarding facilities, the Assembly Hall, Dent Library, Creative Arts facilities, and early learning services.

This Masterplan is an outward expression of our commitment to continually deliver the very best in all aspects of education and life at Toowoomba Grammar School. It is the beginning of an exciting and transformational season for the TGS community; a season that will honour our heritage, reinforce our culture of excellence and propel our students into the future with the best possible preparation in life.

You can learn more about the Masterplan here

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