Griggsville-Perry High School is one of only 11 schools in Illinois to receive a revolving loan to improve their technology.
Superintendent Andrea Allen says they hope to use the $40,000 to replace their computer lab.
The school is also looking at upgrading servers and adding new wireless hot spots.
The revolving loan from the Illinois State Board of Education has to be paid back in three years.
It awaits final board approval Nov. 21.
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