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Round 3 STEM Works planning begins

18 November 2016

The final round of schools have begun planning for their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) facility upgrades. This forms part of the state government’s $250 million commitment to redevelop or refurbish STEM facilities in 139 public schools across the state.

Architects have been appointed and will visit the 35 third round schools, which include 23 primary schools, 10 high schools and 2 R-12 schools. Together, these schools cater for around 19,000 students. The planning process is expected to take 6 weeks.

Announced as part of the 2016-17 state budget, the STEM Works project will see up to $1 million per school will be invested in 77 primary schools, $2.5 million per school in 44 secondary schools and $3.5 million per school in 18 R-12 area schools.

Round 3 schools

•    Aldgate Primary School
•    Aldinga Beach B-7 School
•    Allenby Gardens Primary School
•    Berri Primary School
•    Challa Gardens Primary School
•    Craigmore High School
•    East Marden Primary School
•    Enfield Primary School
•    Flinders Park Primary School
•    Glen Osmond Primary School
•    Glossop High School
•    Golden Grove High School
•    Goodwood Primary School
•    Hallett Cove School
•    Hampstead Primary School
•    Henley Beach Primary School
•    Kidman Park Primary School
•    Lockleys North Primary School
•    Madison Park School
•    Mannum Community College
•    Mount Barker Primary School
•    Murray Bridge High School
•    Norwood Morialta High School
•    Nuriootpa High School
•    Nuriootpa Primary School
•    Pennington Primary School
•    Renmark High School
•    Richmond Primary School
•    Seaton High School
•    Seaview Downs Primary School
•    Surrey Downs R-7 School
•    Tanunda Primary School
•    Two Wells Primary School
•    Underdale High School
•    Waikerie High School

View the full list of 139 schools receiving STEM Works funding.
View the program information.