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Three acres on Stephenson Street 1. Dr John Innes was appointed the first Head Teacher. The cornerstone for the first school building on the Stephenson Street site was laid on 22 September The department of education was interested in incorporating a Junior High Intermediate into the College structure. The intermediate continued on the site until , when roll pressures required the establishment of Bohally Intermediate on Mclauchlan Street. Two years earlier the school ran a temporary radio station as part of a school fundraiser called Artyfacts FM.
This station was the first FM broadcast in the South Island. X- Static went on air in February and only operated on a part-time basis during school lunch times and some evenings. Marlborough High School building development —[ edit ] — Old School Building opened — Nosworthy House purchased as Headmaster residence or Rectory on site of present technology faculty — Tower added to old school — First gymnasium built Laying of foundation stone at the Stephenson Street site on 22 September Noseworthy House, the headmaster's house in The College is located off Stephenson Street, with a large white building housing the English, maths and languages departments on the street front.
In —04 a new hall was built to the rear of the complex, and the music department was updated to include new music suites. It has a small swimming pool and is located in the vicinity of St Mary's church.
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