Eagle County (Colo.) district says new high school will be finished ahead of schedule

Jan. 15, 2009
Battle Mountain High will replace exising facility built in 1973

TheEagle County (Colo.) school district says its new Battle Mountain High School campus in Edwards should open its doors ahead of schedule later this year. The new facility replaces the Eagle-Vail campus, which was built in 1973. The Edwards campus will be about one and a half times larger than the existing school, and it features many new amenities, such as a high-tech wood shop, an industrial kitchen for the culinary arts program, video production facilities, an auditorium that seats more than 450 people, two gymnasiums and multiple outdoor athletic fields. The architect is H + L Architects. To read The Vail Daily News article, click here.

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