Oakleigh Grammar unveils plans for new Centre for Academic Excellence building


Oakleigh Grammar has announced plans for a new building project due to be built by May 2022. 

The school’s new ‘Centre for Academic Excellence’ will provide a mix of multi-purpose facilities to foster independent and collaborative learning as well as classrooms for senior students. 

“We are thrilled about our new Centre for Academic Excellence which will advance our academic ethos by providing a contemporary and innovative facility for our Senior School students to thrive,” Principal Mark Robertson says. 

An artist’s impression of the pending Centre for Academic Excellence building (Source: Supplied)

Oakleigh Grammar’s chairman Mr. Chris Damatopoulos, treasurer Sam Vassos, and Principal Mark Robertson signed the contract alongside Con Moschoyiannis of Morea Architects and Shannon Synnott of Melcon Builders.

The school’s board and management team say they “look forward to unveiling the Centre for Academic Excellence to the wider community next year”. 

Oakleigh Grammar is an independent co-educational Christian school in inner-Melbourne for children of all ages. 




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