Students and teachers at La Mare de Carteret will find out today if their school will undergo redevelopment.
Guernsey States have been debating the proposed £60m rebuild and should decide today if they think the project is value for money.
As the States began their debate yesterday more than 400 letters from pupils at the school were handed to the politicians to urge them to give the redevelopment the go-ahead.
The new plans include a club-level competition indoor sports hall and a new centre for autism support service on the island, along with the new school facilities.
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