Carlsbad will keep high school stadium for another year

Jan. 1, 2007
Change in plans will keep facility open through 2008

The Carlsbad (Calif.) Unified School District had planned to tear down the football stadium at Carlsbad High soon as part of a 2½-year renovation project launched this fall, but a shift in plans will keep the stadium in place through 2008. The makeover for the entire Carlsbad High campus, budgeted at nearly $87 million, will occur as the district builds a second high school. That high school, expected to cost $95.4 million, is scheduled to open in fall 2011.
To read The San Diego Union-Tribune article, click here.

EARLIER: The Carlsbad (Calif.) Unified School District is planning an $87 million renovation of its high school. The school, which has nearly 2,900 students, will receive new classrooms, a new food service facility, more space for physical education, expanded parking and improved air conditioning and lighting. A new stadium and track also will be built. The architect is Perkins + Will. (San Diego Union-Tribune)

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