By Ingrid Fernandez, Staff Reporter
The Belize High School of Agriculture (BHSA) received a grant of $90,804.00 om Friday from the Embassy of Japan to construct two new classes.
The school, which caters to 233 students, is facing overcrowding issues, and the grant is ezpected to assist with alleviating that with the construction of two classrooms and a library.
On Friday, Minister of Education, Youth, Culture and Sports, Patrick Faber, Honorary Consul General of Belize, Monty Sadarangani and Second Secretary of Embassy of Japan to Belize, Hideki Shinozaki traveled to BHSA to present the check.
By enlarging the facility, the agencies hope to provide a better learning environment to the young minds.
BHSA was established in 1984.