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STEM school for Western Sydney


Release Date: 15/03/2017
The Sydney Business Chamber, Western Sydney, believes a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) school at Luddenham will be a game-changer for education and job creation in NSW. 
 
David Borger, Director of the Sydney Business Chamber, Western Sydney, said, “This will be the first STEM school in NSW and will produce some of the brightest minds in Western Sydney.”
 
The State Government today announced that the STEM school would be located in the $5 billion, 280-hectare Sydney Science Park precinct and would be the result of collaboration between the Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta and Sydney Science Park developers, Celestino. 
 
The school is set to open its doors in 2021 and will have the capacity for more than 2000 students from pre-school to post year 12.
 
“I can’t think of a better location to house this school than at the proposed Sydney Science Park – the place where 12,000 new smart jobs will be created for Western Sydney and where leading international research will take place,” Mr Borger said.
 
“The school will not only complement this massive jobs growth but will harvest our future movers and shakers. 
 
“There is a significant need for STEM education leading to science and engineering occupations and I am pleased Western Sydney has been chosen to get the first school of this kind in the entire state,” he said. 



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