Ninth-grade center planned for Meridian, Miss.

Jan. 2, 2008
Students now attend two junior high campuses

The Meridian (Miss.) school district is scheduled to break ground in the spring on a ninth-grade center on the Meridian High School campus. District officials hope to have the building completed in 2009 and move the ninth-graders from two junior high schools to the senior high campus. The $10.2 million budget for the facility comes from a $19.5 million bond issue approved by voters in 2007. The architect is Pryor & Morrow Architects.

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