Bathurst's MacKillop College has been granted more than $2 million by the state government towards a major expansion program.
The school has been granted $2.27 million towards the construction of six new contemporary learning spaces and additional staff facilities.
College principal Steve Muller said enrolments at the school were growing and the school needed more space to accommodate the students.
"With enrolments predicted to reach more than 700 in 2022, the new learning spaces will be a welcome addition to the college, allowing us to continue to provide quality Catholic education with state-of-the-art facilities. It's exciting times," he said.
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Bathurst MP Paul Toole welcomed the funding for MacKillop College, to be provided through the 2020-21 Building Grants Assistance Scheme (BGAS).
"In 2019, the NSW Government committed $500 million funding for the Building Grants Assistance Scheme over four years," Mr Toole said.
"Project funding of $238 million has been available in 2020/21, with the funding committed to 57 projects at Independent and Catholic Schools across NSW.
"Under the scheme, grants are directed towards Independent and Catholic Schools with the greatest need, to support non-government schools to build, extend or upgrade their facilities to provide more student places in growing communities."
BGAS is funding by the NSW Government and administered by the Association of independent Schools NSW and the Catholic Schools NSW Black Grant Authorities.
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