A KELLYVILLE preschool is among the features of the Hills Adventist College master plan.
"The Castle Hill campus is a junior school for kindergarten to year 4, plus an early learning centre for three- and four-year-olds that's full all the time," principal Ralph Luchow said.
He said the college's Kellyville campus had the potential for its own early learning centre, as well as a junior school for children in kindergarten to year 4.
There are 280 students enrolled at the Kellyville campus in Gum Nut Close.
The college submitted a development proposal to The Hills Council to develop the site further in December.
Stage one of the campus's senior school block features two science laboratories, storage spaces, staff offices and preparation rooms on the first floor, and a food technology room, textiles area, function room, preparation areas, pantry and teacher offices on the ground floor.
When completed the Kellyville campus, which includes a middle school (years 5 to 8), would cater for 900 students, Mr Luchow said.
The Hills Council has also received a proposal for 60-place childcare centre with basement parking at 1 Kerrs Road, Castle Hill.
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