School upgrade thanks to Australian Government funding


All Saints' Boonah is thrilled to be a recipient of a $3.5 million upgrade to our school as part of the new funding announced.

Our Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) school will receive the major upgrade as part of the Australian Government's Capital Grants Program (CGP) for non-government schools.

The facility upgrade will include a new administration building and new classrooms in​cluding Prep room, multipurpose room, general learning areas, extension to existing library, construction of new learning support space, uniform store, technology area, sports store, PWD amenity and staff amenities. 

The funding will also help to support future growth of the Boonah community, which is projected to experience an increase of more than 4,000 additional persons by 2041 – 136 of which are primary aged persons.*

At All Saints' Boonah, we provide a faith-based education for students from Prep to Year 6 for every child, of every faith.

Our Acting Principal Robert Campbell said state-of-the-art learning is on its way to All Saints' School classrooms. 

“The upgrades will help move our school and community forward by providing quality learning spaces which will supersede the offerings of most inner-city schools."

All Saints' Boonah is part of the Brisbane Catholic Education network of 146 Catholic schools operating across the Archdiocese of Brisbane providing more than 77,000 students with a high-quality Catholic education.

To find out more about All Saints' Boonah and how to enrol visit our website​.

The works are due to be completed by January 2024. 

​​​ All-Saints-Primary-School-Boonah---Perspective-3.jpgAdmin Building Front View

All-Saints-Primary-School-Boonah---Perspective-1.jpgClassroom Building Front View

All-Saints-Primary-School-Boonah---Perspective-7.jpg View from Classroom into Play Area

All-Saints-Primary-School-Boonah---Perspective-6.jpgClassroom Interior View

*Brisbane Catholic Education Future Planning, Demographics and Property