Centenary Heights State High School serves the community of south-east Toowoomba, with an enrolment of over 1,700 students and a reputation throughout the region and state for their performing arts program.
In 2018 the school identified the need for a new performing arts centre to serve both the students and broader community, to be funded from the Queensland Government’s 2020 Ready program.
The new performing arts centre design included a stage, dance studios, drama learning areas, rehearsal space, staff room, change room and amenities, and a foyer area for guests to mingle prior to performances. The building is supported to state-of-the-art multi-media features.
In addition to the performing arts centre, the project also included refurbishments to existing art rooms and the senior hospitality building.