18 Mayo schools have been approved for significant improvements under 2019 Summer Works Scheme.
This news has been confirmed by Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring.
Twelve Primary Schools and six post primary schools will benefit from this round of funding.
The schools included are Ballindine National School and Cloonlyon National Scholl for structural improvements.
Scoil Naomh Colm Cille, Westport, Scoil Naisiunta Coill mór Westport and Cormaic Nfa, Garranarad, Ballina for upgrade to windows.
Scoil Naisiunta Sheamais, Barnacogue and Scoil Naisiunta Balla Aluinn, Balla have both been included for structural improvements.
Elsewhere, upgrading of windows has been approved for Scoil Naisiunta Gort Sceiche, Hollymount, Ballyvary Central N.S, Barnacarroll N.S, Kiltimagh N.S and St. Joseph’s N.S Ballinrobe.
Upgrading of windows has also been granted for Scoil Muire agus Padraig, Swinford, Colaiste Mhuire, Tuar Mhic Eadaigh, and Ballinrobe Community School.
Sancta Maria College Louisburgh and St. Patrick’s College Lacken Cross have both received funding for Curricular requirements.
Moyne College Ballina have also been granted funding for structural improvements.
Minister Ring says the work will be carried out in schools mainly over the summer months, so the disruption to students, teachers and other staff will be kept to a minimum.