Schoolhouse Beat

Some residents in western Orange County, Fla., don't want new high school built in their neighborhood

The Orange County (Fla.) district wants to build a high school on a 69-acre rural parcel in the western part of the county, but many nearby residents assert that the project would be too tall and too large for the area. The Orlando Sentinel reports that the district hopes to open the school in 2017, but must get permission

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