Escuela Secundaria Técnica México High School in the Corozal District is the recipient of a two storey ferro-concrete building courtesy of the Caribbean Development Bank and the Government of Belize. The building was constructed at a cost of a little over one million dollars under the Basic Needs Trust Fund. The building was gifted to the school because of its growing student body as explained by Chairman of the Board of Management, Alfredo Ek.
Alfredo Ek, Board of Management Chairman: “Year after year Escuela Secondaria Technica Mexico is becoming the number one choice of many primary school leaving students in the northern districts of Corozal and Orange Walk, not mentioning a couple from Belize and even from down south. As you all can witness this new building will accommodate the six classes of the third form students. They will not enjoy the commodities of this brand new extension to our institution. At this point I would like to appeal to all the students to take good care of this new facility; I’m sure that if everybody involved does their share this building will last us for a good while.”
The new building will house third form students.