Our Campus 

The 50 William Street campus is in a high-rise building, the first of its kind in Western Australia. Designed by one of WA’s leading school architectural firms, the School is at the forefront of modern secondary education facilities.

The campus is bright, modern and student-friendly. It comprises seven floors of state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces, including a fully equipped cafeteria and a rooftop recreation area. The interior design features bold splashes of colour and clean, modern finishes.

Teaching spaces include large classrooms with interactive whiteboards, an art room, design and technology rooms, fitness centre, music rooms, resource centre, science laboratories, and much more. A particular focus is the student lounge and work areas, which have flexible furnishings and maximise the stunning city and river views.  

The 97 William Street campus (Queen's Building) is situated diagonally across the road from the main campus. The Queens Building is a heritage listed eighteenth-century building first opened by the Premier, Sir John Forrest on April 19, 1899. We have created a spacious drama room as well as other general teaching areas in this new facility. 

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