St Benedict's receives 6 Green Star rating!

St Benedict’s Catholic School, Shaw is proof that showcasing world-class sustainability is possible, no matter the size or scale of a project. It may be Townsville’s newest school, opening in 2018, but it is now also known as Australia’s greenest school. The school embraces sustainable practices for the natural and built environments, nurturing a love for creation and stewardship.

 St Benedict’s Catholic School and Townsville Catholic Education were aiming for a Green Star rating of 5, however the school has been awarded a 6 Green star rating- the highest certification offered by the Green Building Council Australia. 

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