Emerson School Upgrades

The state government is contributing $14 million to fund stage one of the Heatherton Road Campus which will include a new administration building, library, cafeteria and new learning spaces in a much-needed upgrade. The first major works done since the school opened in 1973.




Emerson School was visited by Dandenong MP, Gabrielle Williams on Novemeber 20, who had some exciting news for all involved.


The state government is contributing $14 million to fund stage one of the Heatherton Road Campus which will include a new administration building, library, cafeteria and new learning spaces in a much-needed upgrade. The first major works done since the school opened in 1973.


“There’s been a vision for the future that we’ve always had, now we can make this a reality” principal John Mooney said.

Building for stage one is hopeful to start mid-2021, with stage two planning well underway where we are already raising funds to build a state-of-the-art gymnasium to replicate the gym we have at our Middle Campus. This along with lobbying for traffic lights out the front of the school, it is a very busy and exciting time here at Emerson School.



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