Thomasville, N.C., district plans to expand two buildings

March 7, 2007
Primary school and high school are in line for upgrades.

The Thomasville (N.C.) City school district is expanding its primary and high schools. Together, the projects will cost $6.84 million. The primary school will get a 19,475-square-foot classroom addition that will have 10 fixed-wall classrooms and two large classrooms with accordion walls that can be closed to create six smaller rooms. At the high school, an existing 16,800-square-foot building housing the media center and administrative offices will be remodeled and expanded by 3,000 square feet; a separate facility housing science labs will nearly double in size. The architect is MBAJ Architecture.

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