Trinity College @ Roseworthy
As reported in the Advertiser newspaper, Trinity College will open a sixth school at Roseworthy as part of the St Yves residential community.
This is a very exciting opportunity for the College and will further enable us to meet the educational needs of the wider community. Expansion increases opportunities and puts downward pressure on schools fees due to our increasing scale. Trinity College is committed to providing a world class, high opportunity educational environment at a price most families can afford.
The St Yves estate, will include residential and commercial developments and is located just off the Horrocks Highway, south of the Roseworthy township. Our Reception to Year 10 School will form part of the estate’s main hub, alongside the 8,000 sqm retail precinct.
While dependent on land sales, School construction could start as early as 2022, with primary school year students commencing from 2023. The School will have all the features that Trinity families have come to enjoy in our other schools.
Situated only a 10 minute drive from our Gawler campus, Roseworthy students will also be able to embrace the benefits of STARplex, our environmental centre at Blackham, Trinity College Senior School and our new Creativity and Innovation facility.
- A new Trinity College School - Reception to Year 10
- 9,000 approx sqm retail space including specialty shops and a supermarket
- Food and beverage outlets
- Medical and wellness precinct
- 13.6 ha of public open and active space including wetlands and nature trail
- Full size AFL sports oval, tennis courts, cricket nets, sports club house and rooms
- Playgrounds for children and pocket parks
- 2.5 km walking trails
- Bike trail connection to Gawler
- Future commercial zone to support local businesses
The broader Roseworthy plan:
- 2,400 permanent jobs, post construction
- 1,100 construction jobs a year
- Residential (328ha) and commercial/industrial (83ha) expansion between Roseworthy and Hewett
- $250million total state and federal taxes
- 3,800-4,400 homes
- Up to 11,900 new residents
- $2.4 billion total project cost
- $131 million expected in stamp duty on property transactions
- $15million in council rates per year
- 20 year time-frame