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Tuesday, 15 May 1973
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Mr Mathews asked the Minister for Education, upon notice:

(1)   What are the names of the (a) government, (b) Catholic and (c) other non-government schools in each State and Territory which will acquire (i) science accommodation and (ii) library accommodation in the remaining currency of the Secondary Schools Science Facilities Program and the Secondary Schools Libraries Program.

(2)   What percentage of eligible schools in each system will have acquired (a) science accommodation and (b) library accommodation by the date on which each program is terminated. (Hansard, 26th April 1972, page 2033).


Mr Beazley (FREMANTLE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) (Minister for Education) - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(1)   (a) The information the honourable member seeks regarding government schools is not available to my Department. The States are responsible for the administration of funds made available to them under the Science and Library Facilities Programs as far as their own schools are concerned, within broad general programs of proposed expenditure submitted for my approval by State Ministers for Education. Information on the government schools assisted becomes available at the end of each year to which these Programs apply, and the names of government schools assisted during the year are included in the annual statement on each Program presented to Parliament.

I would also point out to the honourable member that the provisions of the Science Facilities and Libraries Programs do not apply to the Territories of the Commonwealth.

(1)   (b) and (c) The lists below give the names of non -government schools in each State which will acquire science and library accommodation in the remaining currency of the Programs. Schools which are to receive further payments in respect of facilities already built or currently under construction have been excluded from the lists. 1 (b) (i) Secondary Schools Science Faculties ProgramCatholic schools which will acquire science accommodation during the period 30th March 1973 to 30th June 1975.

New South Wales

St Pius X School, Adamstown

St Anne's High School, Adamstown

Bethlehem College, Ashfield

De La Salle College, Ashfield

De La Salle College, Bankstown

Nagle Girls' High School, Blacktown

Patrician Brothers' St Patrick's College, Blacktown

Christian Brothers' St Anne's High School, BondiBeach

St Joseph's High School, Broken Hill

St Patrick's College, Campbelltown

St Gabriel's School for Deaf Boys, Castle Hill

Our Lady of Dolours Girls' High School, Chatswood.

St Pius X College, Chatswood

St John's College, Dubbo

St Patrick's Marist Brothers' High School, Dundas.

Our Lady of Mercy College, Epping

Patrician Brothers' College, Fairfield

Our Lady of Mercy College, Forbes

St Scholastica's College, Glebe Point

Our Lady of Mercy College, Goulburn

St Aloysius' College, Grafton

St Aloysius' Girls' High School, Hamilton

Holy Trinity College, Inverell

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College, Kensington

St Joseph's Girls' School, Kogarah

Mary McKillop High School, Lakemba

Christian Brothers' College 'The Boulevarde', Lewisham.

Marist Brothers' High School (Junior), Lismore

St Mary's College, Lismore

Patrician Brothers' Regional College, Liverpool

St Mary's High School, Liverpool

St Joseph's College, Lochinvar

Marist Brothers' High School, Maitland

Christian Brothers' College, Manly

Stella Maris College, Manly

St Joseph's College, North Goulburn

Marist Brothers' High School, North Sydney

Monte Sant Angelo College, North Sydney

De La Salle College, Orange

Mt St Benedict High School, Pennant Hills

Marist Brothers' High School, Pagewood

Brigidine Convent, Randwick

Marcellin College, Randwick

De La Salle College, Revesby Height

Sacred Heart Convent, Rose Bay

Brigidine Convent, StIves

St Catherine's College, Singleton

St Patrick's College, Strathfield

Christian Brothers' College, Sutherland

Mary Immaculate College, Sutherland

St Mary's Cathedral School, Sydney

Christian Brothers' College, Tamworth

St Dominic's Priory, Tamworth

St Edmund's School Wahroonga

Mater Maria College, Warriewood

St Clare's College, Waverley

Catherine McAuley Girls' High School, Westmead

Parramatta Marist High School, Westmead.

Edmund Rice College, Wollongong

Holy Cross College, Woollahra

Mt Carmel College, Yass

Victoria

St Joseph's Technical High School, Abbotsford

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Bentleigh

St James' College, Bentleigh

Our Lady of Sion College, Box Hill

St Leo's College, Box Hill

Geoghegan College, Broadmeadows

Chavoin College, Burwood

Holy Cross Presentation Convent, Daylesford

Whitefriars College, Donvale

St Joseph's College, Ferntree Gully

Stella Maris College, Frankston

Kilmaire College, Hawthorn

Xavier Preparatory School, Kew

St Patrick's School, Manangatang

Cathedral College, Melbourne

Kilbreda College, Mentone

St Bede's College, Mildura

St Joseph's College, Mildura

Padua College, Mornington

Avila College, Mount Waverley

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne

St Joseph's College, Orbost

Loreto Convent, Portland

Vaucluse Convent, Richmond

Aquinas College, Ringwood

St Patrick's College, Sale

St Kevin's College (Junior), Toorak

Presentation Convent, Windsor

Queensland

St Teresa's College, Abergowrie

St Columban's School, Albion

Marist Brothers' College, Ashgrove

St James' School, Brisbane

St Joseph's College, Brisbane

Loreto Convent, Coorparoo

St Columba's Convent, Dalby

St Mary's College, Dalby

St Ursula's College, Dutton Park

Gladstone Co-Instructional High School, Gladstone

Christian Brothers' High School, Gympie

Brigidine College, Indooroopilly

St Edmund's College, Ipswich

St Mary's High School, Ipswich

Iona College, Lindum

Our Lady of Mercy College, Mackay

Christian Brothers' High School, Maryborough

McKillop College, Mount Gravatt

St Joseph's College, Nudgee

Convent High School, Rockhampton

St Stanislaus College, Rockhampton

St Patrick's College, Shorncliffe

St Joseph's Convent, Stanthorpe

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Stuartholme

St Patrick's College, Townsville

Assumption College, Warwick

St Columba's College, Wilston

St Ursula's College, Yeppoon

Sooth Australia

St Michael's College, Beverley

Salesian College, Brooklyn Park

St Mary's Dominican Convent, Cumberland Park

Rostrevor College, Magill

St Joseph's College, Mitchell Park

Mount Carmel College, Rosewater

Western Australia

Pius College, Albany

Santa Maria College, Attadale

St Thomas Aquinas College, Bedford

Christian Brothers' College, Fremantle

Our Lady of the Missions High School, Fremantle

St Anne's School, Harvey

Christian Brothers' College, Kalgoorlie

Prendiville College, Kalgoorlie

Christian Brothers' College, Leederville

St Brigid's Ladies' College, Lesmurdie

St Brigid's Convent of Mercy, Midlands

St Benedict's Boys' School, New Norcia

Catholic Secondary Girls' School, Sorrento

Christian Brothers' St Mary's Agricultural College, Tardun

St Keiran's College, Tuart Hill

Clontarf Boys' Town, Victoria Park

St Joachim's High School, Victoria Park

St Joseph's Convent, Waroona

Tasmania

East Coast College, Glenorchy

Matriculation College, Glenorchy

Sacred Heart Convent School, New Town

Mount Carmel College, Sandy Bay 1. (c) (i) Secondary Schools Science Faculties Program - Other non-government schools which will acquire science accommodation during the period 30th March 1973 to 30th June1975.

New South Wales

Scots College, Bathurst

Marsden Girls' School, Bathurst

Scots College, Bellevue Hill

Ascham School, Edgecliff

Ravenswood Methodist School for Girls, Gordon

Danebank School, Hurstville

Sydney Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Moss Vale

The Kings School, Parramatta

Kambala Church of England School, Rose Bay

Roseville Girls' College, Roseville

Seventh Day Adventist School, Strathfield

St Andrew's Cathedral School, Sydney

Tamworth Church of England Grammar School, Tamworth

St Catherine's School, Waverley

Victoria

Ballarat College, Ballarat

Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies' College, Ballarat

Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind, Burwood

The Era School, Donvale

Carey Baptist (Junior) School, Kew

Carey Baptist (Senior) Grammar, Kew

Haileybury College, Keysborough

Mentone Grammar School, Mentone

Caulfield Grammar School, St Kilda East

Queensland

St Margaret's Church of England Girls' School, Albion

Somerville House, Brisbane

Thornburgh College, Charters Towers

St Hilda's School, Southport

The Southport School, Southport

The Scots College, Warwick

South Australia

Woodlands Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glenelg

Western Australia

Cathedral Grammar School, Bunbury

Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont

Methodist Ladies' College, Claremont

St Mary's Church of England Girls' School, Doubleview

Kobeelya Church of England Girls' School, Katanning

Penrhos Methodist Ladies' College, Perth

Hale School, Wembley Downs

Tasmania

Scotch College, Launceston 1. (b) (ii) Secondary Schools Libraries Program - Catholic schools which will acquire library buildings during the period 30th March 1973 to 31st December 1974.

New South Wales

St John's Girls' High School, Auburn

Nazareth College, Bankstown

St Stanislaus' College, Bathurst

Christian Brothers' College, Bondi Beach

Marist Brothers' College, Broken Hill

St Joseph's College, Broken Hill

Our Lady of Mercy High School, Burraneer

Oakhill College, Castle Hill

Boys' Town, Engadine

Our Lady of Mercy College, Goulburn

Patrician Brothers' High School, Granville

Griffith Catholic High School, Griffith

St Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College, Kensington

Marist Brothers' High School, Kogarah

St John's School, Lakemba

Christian Brothers' College, Lewisham

St John's College, Lismore

Christian Brothers' College. Manly

Stella Maris College, Manly

Holy Family High School, Marayong

De La Salle College, Marrickville

St Brigid's College, Marrickville

Dominican Convent, Moss Vale

St Matthew's College, Mudgee

Loreto Convent, Normanhurst

Marist Brothers' High School, Pagewood

Mount St Benedict High School, Pennant Hills

St Joseph's Girls' Regional School, Rozelle

Christian Brothers' College, Tamworth

Mater Maria College, Warriewood

Christian Brothers' College, Wollongong

Mt Carmel College, Yass

Victoria

Mater Christi College, Belgrave

St Mary's College, Bendigo

Chavoin College, Burwood

Salesian College, Chadstone

St John's Regional College, Dandenong

St Bernard's College, Essendon

Mazenod College. Mulgrave

Vaucluse Convent, Richmond

Aquinas Boys' College, Ringwood

Our Lady of Sion College, Sale

Sacred Heart Convent. Shepparton

St Paul's College, Traralgon

Our Lady of Sion College, Warragul

Christian Brothers' College, Warrnambool

Presentation Convent, Windsor

Queensland

Our Lady's School, Annerley

Sacred Heart College, Booval

St James' School, Brisbane

St Joseph's College, Brisbane

Christian Brothers' College, Bundaberg

St Patrick's Convent High, Bundaberg

St Monica's College, Cairns

St Mary's College, Charter's Tower

Loreto Convent, Coorparoo

Christian Brothers' College, Dalby

St Columba's Convent, Dalby

St Patrick's High, Gympie

Brigidine Convent, Indooroopilly

Cardinal Gilroy Convent, Ingham

St Theresa's Agricultural College, Ingham

Iona College, Lindum

Our Lady of Mercy Convent High, Mackay

Seton College. Mt Gravatt

St Joseph's College. Nudgee

Convent High School. Rockhampton

Marian Secondary School, Rockhampton North

Marist Brothers' College, Rosalie

Sacred Heart College, Sandgate

St Mary's High School. Ipswich

Christian Brothers' College. Shorncliffe

St Joseph's Convent. Stanthorpe

Our Lady of the Assumption College, Warwick

Christian Brothers' College, Warwick

Mt Carmel College, Wynnum

St Brendan's College. Yeppoon

St Ursula's College, Yeppoon

South Australia

St Mary's College, Adelaide

St Michael's College, Beverley

Salesian College, Brooklyn Park

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College, Enfield

St Paul's College, Gilles Plain

Mary McKillop College, Norwood

Mt Carmel College, Rosewater

St John's College, Whyalla

Western Australia

Marist Brothers' College, Churchlands

Loreto Convent, Claremont

Brigidine College, Floreat Park

Christian Brothers' College, Highgate

Mazenod College, Lesmurdie

Aquinas College. Manning

St Benedict's College. New Norcia

St Gertrude's College. New Norcia

St Kieran's College, Tuart Hill

Tasmania

Sacred Heart College, Launceston 1 (c) (ii) Secondary Schools Libraries Program - Other non-Government Schools which will acquire library buildings during the period 30.3.73 to 31.12.74:

New South Wales

Ascham School, Edgecliffe

Newcastle Adventist School, Hamilton

Church of England Grammar School for Girls, Newcastle

The King's School, Parramatta

Presbyterian Ladies' College, Pymble

Kambala Church of England School, Rose Bay

Sydney Grammar School, Sydney

Victoria

St Margaret's College, Berwick

Firbank Church of England Girls' School, Brighton

Mt Scopus College, Burwood

Presbyterian Ladies' College, Burwood

Shelford Girls' Grammar, Caulfield

Korowa Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glen Iris

Hamilton District School, Hamilton

Ruyton Girls' School, Kew

Timbertop School. Mansfield

Wadhurst Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Melbourne

Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Ringwood

Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Wendouree

Queensland

St Paul's School, Bald Hills

Brisbane Girls' Grammar, Brisbane

St Hilda's School, Southport

The Southport School, Southport

Brisbane Boys' Grammar, Toowong

Concordia Memorial College, Toowoomba

Presbyterian Ladies' College, Toowoomba

South Australia

Prince Alfred College, Kent Town

Westminster College, Marion

Western Australia

Cathedral School, Bunbury

Missionary College, Carmel

Christ Church Grammar, Claremont

Methodist Ladies' College, Claremont

Perth College, Mt Lawley

Seventh Day Adventist School, Victoria Park

Tasmania

Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Launceston

Oakburn College, Launceston

Note: Schools which have been paid an initial building grant up to 31st March 1973 have been regarded as having acquired accommodation and have been excluded.

(2)   (a) In respect of the Secondary Schools Science facilities Program, 88.9 per cent of eligible Catholic Schools and 96.6 per cent of eligible other nongovernment schools will have acquired science accommodation by 30th June 1975.* (2)(b) In respect of the Secondary Schools Libraries Program, 64.8 per cent of eligibleCatholic Schools and 84.7 per cent of eligible other nongovernment schools will have acquired library accommodation by 31st December 1974. In many cases Commonwealth grants have not covered the full cost of the facilities.*

* Eligible schools are secondary schools which have applied for assistance under this Program and which have an entitlement for a building grant in accordance with the standards used for this Program.







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