Ten new classrooms opened at the Grace College Founders’ Day Celebrations

Grace College has experienced significant growth in the 24 years in which it has served the surrounding community. As a result of this growth, ten extra classrooms have been added to the Gatland Block to accommodate Grace College’s expanding student body and additional subject offerings. The Gatland Block extension was opened officially by one of the co-founders of Grace College, Mrs Trish Gatland, on July 23 as part of the school’s Founders’ Day celebrations.

Built on solid foundations, staff, students, and parents laid scriptures, letters, and words of inspiration into the building’s foundations at the beginning of this project; this in support of the Christian ethos of Grace College and the commitment of the school community to the future growth of the school. 

“The launch of these new facilities marks a significant step for the future expansion of Grace College. Our growing pupil numbers and the strategic introduction of future-focused subjects have created the need for additional space on campus,” says Grace College’s headmaster, Mr Vincent Luksich.

The new classrooms have been fitted with advanced technology to assist educators in delivering their lessons in an innovative and effective manner. These technological improvements will be rolled out across the rest of the school in the near future.  

The Gatland block is an exciting space on the campus and we look forward to it being used to its full potential by present and future pupils of Grace College.  

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