After purchasing eight acres of land in an area zoned light industrial twenty five kilometres north of Perth, the foundations were laid on 23 November 1984 and the first buildings erected. The buildings consisted of three permanent classroom blocks, a canteen, and undercover area and a transportable from the original Craigie site. Over the next two decades, a three-stage building programme was developed and implemented. A neighbouring property was purchased in 1986 which increased the site to seven hectares (approximately fifteen acres) and provided sufficient land for expansion. The College was expanded to offer Year 1-12 programmes, with the first students graduating in 1988.
In 1991 the first multi-purpose built Primary block, comprising eight classrooms and a new canteen was constructed. Work in 1992 included an additional Science block in the Secondary school and refurbishment of the home economics area. In 1993 the Education Support Unit and an additional classroom were built.
2001 saw the completion of the Kingsway Centre: an administration, music, drama and gymnasium complex. In 2004 the College purchased an additional 6.53 hectares of adjacent land to facilitate further expansion. In June 2010 the new Commonwealth funded BER Primary school classroom block was officially opened by then Deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. The project provided five classrooms plus an enclosed activity area and specialist music and art areas as well as refurbishment of the grounds.