Eleven years since masterplanning for the Wodonga Middle Years College Huon Campus was done, principal Vern Hilditch is still waiting to see it realised.
In 2009, the state Labor government announced $15 million for a 'regeneration' project that upgraded the Felltimber campus, which included $3 million for a year 7 centre at Huon.
But Mr Hilditch said further stages to renew the ageing Huon campus on Mitchell Street were yet to be locked in.
"The initial master plan was done in 2008 and only a part has been realised ... it's now 11 years since the plan was done," he said.
"There are still excellent programs being run. Decent facilities aid - they aren't the most important thing in education - but the school council is very keen to put this on the agenda."
Mr Hilditch said the building's age was no impediment to teaching at the campus, and that he primarily wanted a timeline from the Victorian School Building Authority for the masterplan.
"The current situation is they make safe," he said.
"With one of the wings, some window frames were rotten, and the VSBA's approach was we'll make safe by putting mesh on the inside and battens on the outside.
"They must have a view that the building's going to be pulled down, but they're not telling anyone when it's going to be replaced, and that's what we want to know.
"It was built in the 1960s as a tech school.
"This is the last site in Wodonga that hasn't been upgraded - all the primary schools have, the senior college and Felltimber have."
In 2005, a merger was approved that saw Wodonga High School become a senior college and Wodonga West College and Mitchell Secondary College became Wodonga Middle Years College.
"The Huon campus was designed for over 1000 students," he said.
"We have about 500 students on that site, so in one sense, which is unusual for a secondary school, virtually every teacher has their own room.
"It's starting to cost the department more money - they've got to keep it functioning.
"No one ever expects or thinks they'll be immediately put at the top of the list ... but it's a question of just how long is it going to take?"
Victorian Upper House MP Tim Quilty has called on Victorian Education Minister James Merlino to visit the Huon campus of Wodonga Middle Years College.
He visited the school on Monday and said the "outdated" campus was in need of upgrades.
"If the Minister saw what I saw on Monday, I'm certain he would be more than happy to open his cheque book and fix the problems," he said.
"Mr Hilditch and his staff have been waiting patiently for answers from the VSBA and I believe a visit from the Education Minister, where he could see for himself the challenges which students are facing, would pave the way for a resolution.
"If the Minister's schedule prevents him from visiting Wodonga, I would be happy to organise a meeting in Melbourne where school representatives could share their views."