The new Wee Waa High School has featured among the NSW government’s infrastructure spend, with $20 million allocated in Tuesday’s state budget towards the development.

Almost $28 million of the $49 million project was allocated in the current financial year.

Among the new facilities to feature at the new high school are a library, multipurpose hall, agricultural and environment centre, sports fields and courts and an Indigenous Cultural Centre.

The project will also deliver state-of-the-art facilities, including 15 learning spaces.

Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell has previously described the redevelopment as important for the Wee Waa community.

“I know how important it is to have quality regional schools for our students and this project will provide the Wee Waa community with brand new facilities,” she said.

“Wee Waa High School is part of our government’s continued commitment to, and record investment in, regional education,” Ms Mitchell said.

“We will continue investing in the regions so all students have access to the best education opportunities no matter where they live.”

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