New campus to replace high school in East Baton Rouge district

Sept. 27, 2013
Officials unveil plans for replacing Lee High School with a modern campus

The East Baton Rouge Parish (La.) School District plans to tear down the old Lee High School and build a new facility in its place that is expected to open in January 2016. Nola.com says the new Lee High School will feature three academy buildings and one commons building. Each academy will have its own educational theme: one for biomedical studies, one for digital arts studies, and one for science, technology, engineering and math. Each building will be three stories tall, with nearly 39,000 square feet of space; each will serve about 400 students.

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