Al-Faisal College's new $275 million master plan for its Liverpool campus will create places for more than 5000 students over the next 20 years.
The plan includes an upgrade of the current primary school site at Austral and a new secondary school across the road at 80 Gurner Avenue.
Al-Faisal Colleges managing director Shafiq Khan said they wanted to build a kindergarten to year 12 school to cater for the growing local demand for quality education.
"We are thinking about how our children can have first-class educational opportunities on their doorstep in line with NSW Government's plans for a 30-minute city, where people can access what they need close to home," Mr Khan said.
"Al-Faisal Liverpool started with just one student in 2015 and we are proud that with our focus on academic achievement, discipline and community values, that we have grown to 778 students today.
"We are located within the Western Sydney Airport Growth Area and our master plan would be staged over the next 20 years to align with local growth, eventually creating places for 2940 primary school and 2520 secondary students."
The primary school is earmarked for some modifications and new buildings, while the new secondary school will feature middle and senior schools with communal multi-purpose spaces, sports fields, music rooms and technological and applied studies facilities.
"We are in the early stages of preparing the Liverpool master plan and look forward to working alongside our neighbours, the local community and Liverpool City Council as our plans progress," said Mr Khan, with funding to come primarily from bank loans with assistance from state and federal grants.
"We are focused on what our neighbourhood will look like in 10 to 20 years' time, and how we can make the best possible contribution to our collective future."
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