Capital grants for non-government schools

Non-government schools may be able to get Australian Government funding to improve school infrastructure through the Capital Grants Program.

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The Capital Grants Program provides funding to non-government primary and secondary school communities to improve infrastructure, if they do not have enough capital resources.

Funding is provided under the Australian Education Act 2013 and is provided to each sector through the responsible Block Grant Authority.

Capital grants are additional to funds provided by state and territory governments, non-government school authorities, and school communities, which are responsible for providing and maintaining non-government school facilities.

Capital Grants Program – Recognition Requirements

Schools that receive funding under the Capital Grants Program must meet Commonwealth recognition requirements for CGP funding. Information on the requirements and the process for schools to follow can be found here:

CGP project opening fact sheet for schools

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