Burnie High School

No danger to Don College: Rockliff

ASSURANCE: Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff and Braddon MP Roger Jaensch with Burnie High year 9 students Elly Donohue, Max Williams and Piper Triffitt alongside principal Judy Fahey.  Picture: Brodie Weeding, The Advocate.

THE Don College will not close or shrink despite the extension of years 11 and 12 into most of its feeder schools, Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff has predicted.

The government on Friday announced that years 11 and 12 would be extended into both Devonport state high schools - Devonport High and Reece High - as well as Latrobe High, Ulverstone High and the Sheffield School, plus Burnie High and Yolla District High from 2017.

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Story by Sean Ford, The Advocate