Northern Territory (NT) students now have access to some of the most cutting edge science and technology facilities in Australia at the new $15.9 million STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) Centre at Darwin High School.
The STEAM Centre will be available to students from Darwin High School, as well as students studying through the NT School of Distance Education.
Up to 75% of the world’s fastest growing professions are in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and the NT Government is investing to ensure NT students are well equipped for jobs in these fields.
The new STEAM Centre includes 15 inter-connected teaching spaces over two levels, a cutting-edge FAB-lab, teacher preparation areas on each level, and presentation and project spaces. The centre has capacity for up to 400 students at a time.