Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize
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2007 marked the completion of the 3rd major capital works project in the last 25 years – the Liggins Atrium Project. This newly renovated Science Block was renamed the Roseby Building after the school’s longest serving Head, Miss GA Roseby. Also in 2007, the former Cremorne Post Office was established as a Training and Function Centre and named after the Adams family.
During its 130 plus year history, Redlands has expanded significantly from its beginnings as a small school of 5 students to the vibrant, co-educational, international environment of today and during that time has led much innovation in education. Yet it is evident that the essence of Redlands has been there from the very beginning – the innovation, the necessity to reinvent itself in order to stay at the forefront of education, the Redlands spirit.
Now in its second century, Redlands maintains the tradition of providing unrivalled opportunities for each individual student to find their niche and excel; and to develop well-rounded, confident and compassionate young adults who are prepared for life after school.
Main photo: Junior School students jump rope, 2011