Maldives government has decided to shift Center for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), a public school for A'Level standards, to the satellite town of Hulhumale'.
While Maldives government has announed the decision, state has contracted Rasheed Carpentry and Construction (RCC) to rebuild the worn out premises of the CHSE building situated at Lily Magu - Male' City.
Though the old premises of CHSE was demolished for contruction, the contractor has paused their work for now.
RCC was contracted to develop a new premises on the same ground, which includes 19 classrooms, six laboratories and four staff-rooms, at a project cost of MVR33.4 million.
Maldives government had contracted RCC to complete the project within a duration 420 days.
Recent reports confirm the government's decision to stretch the width of Lily Magu, which will result in the premises of CHSE losing a portion of its plot.
State has currently started seeking a replacement plot from Hulhumale' where the higher secondary school will be rebuilt.
CHSE, was founded in 1979 and was called Science Education Center (SEC) back then. The school was renamed to CHSE in 2001, which its currently known as.
With just a batch of 47 students, the higher secondary school was inaugurated by the then Maldives President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom.
Today the higher secondary school holds a roster of over 1,100 students from across the island nation.