The school is one of the oldest on the island and the BSP Buka branch has identified the school as part for its community project for 2012.
BSP Buka branch manager Julie Warren said the project will see the replacement of old and depleted dining tables and a new boiler for cooking food.
"By doing so, we help create a clean and conducive environment for students to eat so they can concentrate on their studies," she said.
She added that the significance of this project is the her team will work in partnership with the students and staff to deliver the projects.
"This project is truly a community partnership and we are proud to be lending a helping hand to make a difference," Ms Warren added.
School head Matin Takali thanked BSP for the kind act, and added that the project is not just for the school but for the community at large, because after students get an education, they in turn go back into communities to make a change.
Caption: Picture 1 - full view of the Hutjena Secondary School mess hall.