A meeting next week will determine the next step in deciding the future of Blenheim's secondary schools, the Education Ministry says.
We can't sit back and leave the colleges the way they are. There are huge repairs needed.
A report outlining what the Marlborough community wants for the future of their secondary schools is hoped to be with the Ministry of Education next week.
Engaging in the Education Ministry's consultation about the future of Blenheim's secondary schools is like tackling a 10-tonne marshmallow
Education ministry officials are pleased with the number of public submissions made on the future of secondary education in Blenheim.
The mayor is working on a proposal to move the Blenheim colleges to one new 'greenfields' site
What does the Education Ministry really want to hear from us all on the future of the two colleges in Blenheim?
The secondary education consultation process has been sparked by property issues, the boards of trustees of both colleges however see it as more - a once in 50 years opportunity to reshape secondary education in Marlborough.
A Blenheim mum decided to try to get more people talking about the secondary education submissions process and created a Facebook event.
The simple explanation is that the Ministry wants to hear what works well, what doesn't and what you want for the future
Kids educated 'like battery hens'
A lack of public submissions may cost Blenheim the opportunity to develop a state-of-the-art school
The final meeting in an Education Ministry consultation round will be held at the Marlborough Girls' College hall tonight.
The Education Ministry has not made any decision about the future of colleges in Blenheim despite rumours to the contrary.
Stuart Smith has weighed in on the schools debate, saying the girls' college site is too small to house both colleges.
Keeping Marlborough Boys' College but building shared specialist teaching facilities at would be the best option
People will get a further two weeks to have their say on the future of Marlborough Boys' College and Marlborough Girls' College.
A public meeting in Blenheim last night overwhelmingly supported keeping Marlborough colleges on separate sites.
A third school could fit on to the combined land used by Marlborough Girls' College and Bohally Intermediate
Building a new boys college on the site of Marlborough Girls' College is one option to be explored at a public consultation meeting held next month.