The new Williamstown High School development creates a model school for environmental education, both in its built form and in the curriculum offered to students. Built to a constrained Department of Education Budget, WHS uses passive design principles and well tested technologies to create a naturally ventilated school complex.
The primary design objective was to provide a new and positive identity to the school by improving the amenity of the student facility.
Stage one comprised two southern buildings dedicated to classroom-type learning activities. Stage two comprised a northern building complex which accommodates the gymnasium, canteen and further amenities relating to the outdoor sporting facilities.