Plans unveiled for new high school in Shelby, Ohio

Jan. 14, 2011
Facility expected to open in 2013

From The Mansfield News Journal: The Shelby (Ohio) district is building a new high school northwest of the existing campus. The two-story building will have three wings of varying shapes. The gymnasium, auditorium and most classrooms will be in separate wings. The building will include common areas between classrooms, known as extended learning areas, to encourage collaboration among teachers. Voters approved funding last year for the $28 million project. the architect is MKC Associates.

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