Campbell High School has dealt with long-time overcrowding on campus, but now there’s some help to ease the congestion.

The state’s largest high school will receive resources and funds for a new building.

State Rep. Matt Lopresti says was notified by Gov. David Ige that $39 million will be released to fund the design, construction, and equipment for a new classroom building.

“Our kids are going to have the rooms they need to learn in, at a temperature in which they can learn, and an environment that they deserve to have a quality education,” Lopresti said.

Recently, Campbell High School received more air conditioners and ceiling fans. The campus will also have covered walkways installed.

The school is considered one of the hottest in the state, and third on the department’s priority list.