High school expansion planned in suburban Indianapolis

June 5, 2008
Fishers High addition will increase capacity by 500 students.

The Hamilton (Ind.) Southeastern School District is planning a 500-seat addition to Fishers High School in Fishiers, Ind. The addition, budgeted at less than $20 million, will make the school's overall capacity 2,500 students. The architect is Fanning/Howey Associates, which also designed the existing facility.

To read The Indianapolis Star article, click here.

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