Harrisburg, Pa., diocese breaks ground on high school

April 14, 2011
Campus will replace Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg

From The Harrisburg Patriot-News: The Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa., has broken ground on a new Bishop McDevitt High School in Lower Paxton Township. The campus will be built on an 87-acre site. It will have a 175,000-square-foot school, 1,200-seat auditorium, 120-seat chapel and 1,000-seat gym. The campus will cost $42 million to $45 million and will replace an 80-year-old school in Harrisburg.

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