In 2013 building commenced on two major new developments for the school: the Blyth Performing Arts Centre, made possible by the generous bequest of Old Girl, Margaret Blyth, and the Information Resource Centre, built by the Iona College Council.
Designed by Stevens Lawson Architects and built by Mackersey Construction, these buildings will add to the rich architectural heritage of the school. The Information Resource Centre contains a 21st century library, English department, IT centre and Year 13 common room. The Blyth Performing Arts Centre, honours Miss Blyth’s legacy and is built in honour of her parents, and contains a 400 seat auditorium with outstanding concert acoustics.
A photographic journey during the construction of the two new buildings can be followed by clicking onto the links below. Links will be added weekly from photographs sent by Mackersey Construction to enable parents and any other interested parties to view progress.