FREMANTLE Christian College (FCC) held a special event on March 22 to celebrate the grand opening of their newly constructed cornerstone building.
The new building will cater to specialist learning for the college’s high school students and includes two science labs, a food studio and a design technology studio.
It was funded through a Federal grant as well as some help from the State Government and the school community.
FCC principal Kim Piercey said Fremantle MHR Josh Wilson, Fremantle MLA Simone McGurk, Cockburn mayor Logan Howlett and Senator Slade Brockman were amongst the dignitaries at the opening ceremony.
She said the building would “greatly enhance” the learning opportunities of their secondary students.
“Staff and parents are so thankful that FCC students have been afforded the opportunity to be educated in an environment that stimulates a passion for learning,” she said.
“In the April holidays, the Stage 2 building will commence.
“The Early Learning students will be next in line to receive a beautiful new building.”