Upcoming Development Projects

Aerial Image of School Campus

As our school continues its path of growth and our commitment to building brighter futures, each year will see a number of major capital developments underway. As we flourish, we continue to improve playgrounds and introduce more facilities to support our teaching and specialist programs. Check out some of our current and upcoming development projects below.

STEM Cetnre

Under Construction
Completion Expected: Early 2021

The $3,500,000 STEM Centre marks a turning point in the development of Hume Anglican Grammar and will comprise of two Science Laboratories (to supplement the existing four), a Project Room, Design Room, Maker Space, a STEM Space, Reading   Nook, Preparation Area, Staff Room and Storeroom. Situated next to our existing Secondary Science Centre (Building 7), the   new facility will cover some 900m2 and will connect to our Senior Secondary Centre (Building 10) surrounded by new decking,   connecting pathways, landscaping and gardens which will allow students to gather, socialise and study.

Interior Sports Centre

Under Construction
Completion Expected: Mid 2021

This project acknowledges funding contributions from the Federal Government to the value of $1.0M

Set to transform sports and physical education at Hume Anglican Grammar, the focal point of our new Sports Centre will be two full sized indoor courts surrounded by a number of breakout areas for use in a range of sporting endeavours.

Building C

Under Construction
​​​​​​​Completion Expected: Commencement 2021

Home to our students in Year 1 and Year 2, Building C will comprise of 6 General Purpose Learning Areas and additional office space.

Building D

Construction Commencing 2021
Completion Expected: Commencement 2022

 Home to our students in Years 5 and Year 6, Building D will provide an additional 6 General Purpose Learning Areas, in   addition to large spacious collaboration areas and a fully functional kitchen-space. The perfect area to transition our Senior Primary students through their final years of Primary education and into Secondary schooling.