Two New Tarneit Schools Ready to Welcome Their First Students in 2024

Exciting news for the Tarneit community, as the thriving suburb prepares to welcome two new schools in 2024!

Two New Tarneit Schools Ready to Welcome Their First Students in 2024

In a significant stride towards enhancing education opportunities in the western suburbs, two brand new schools are set to open their doors in 2024. Bemin Secondary College and Warreen Primary School, both launching on the first day of Term 1, are poised to play pivotal roles in shaping the educational landscape of the local community, including for future Harlow residents.

Bemin Secondary College

Leading the charge is Bemin Secondary College, a state-of-the-art institution situated in Truganina. Opening as a junior and senior campus, the school will accommodate up to 600 junior students at 30 Everton Road and up to 800 senior students at 805 Morris Road. In a strategic move, Bemin’s junior campus will share its space with Warreen Primary School and kindergarten, creating a seamless educational journey for young learners.

Bemin Secondary College will welcome its first Year 7 and Year 10 students in just a couple of weeks, gradually expanding across year levels in the near future. Enrolments for the inaugural year are now open, for more details visit the school’s website.

The name for the school, ‘Bemin,’ is a Bunurong word meaning ringtail possum. This moniker was chosen following a two-week community consultation and pays homage to the indigenous heritage of the area.

Upon completion, both the junior and senior campuses will boast modern learning areas, including dedicated science and technology buildings, hard courts, outdoor play spaces and more.

Warreen Primary School



In addition, Warreen Primary School is also set to open its doors come Term 1! Welcoming up to 650 students, the school’s holistic approach includes an on-site kindergarten, facilitating a smooth transition for the youngest learners and streamlining drop-off times for families.

The name ‘Warreen,’ meaning wombat in Bunurong, reflects the school’s connection to the local culture.

Come Term 1, 2024, Warreen Primary School will feature a range of facilities, including administration and library buildings, learning neighbourhoods, a community hub, and outdoor play spaces. Like its counterpart, the school’s design prioritises environmental sustainability and ease of management.

Beyond providing quality education, these brand-new schools symbolise continued growth, investment, and a commitment to nurturing the intellectual curiosity of future generations in this flourishing area. At Harlow, we look forward to the future growth of Tarneit, including one day the construction of Proposed Government and Private schools within our masterplan!