Four new schools earmarked for Western Australia
When deciding where to purchase residential property, young families will no doubt consider an area's schooling options.
The quality and presence of education institutions is important, therefore, prospective home owners may be interested in new schools opening up in some of Western Australia's fastest-growing areas.
Announcing the education boost yesterday (December 18), state education minister Peter Collier said the primary schools would be built in Perth's rapidly expanding south metropolitan region, as well as in north Broome.
"These four new primary schools will help to ease enrolment pressures on existing local schools when they open in time for the 2015 school year," Mr Collier explained.
And would-be buyers can rest assured that the facilities will be of an outstanding academic quality.
"The new schools will be built according to the latest design principles and feature air-cooling, interactive whiteboards and state-of-the-art technology," the minister added.
Due to open in 2015, the institutions include primary schools in Baldivis, Golden Bay, Lakelands and Yawaru in north Broome.
With each of the four regions forecast for significant growth in the future, the new schools will ensure that parents are offered quality education options for their children.