New high school dedicated in Harrison County, Miss.

March 16, 2009
D'Iberville High also will serve as hurricane shelter

From The Biloxi Sun-Herald: The Harrison County (Miss.) school district has dedicated its new $41 million D’Iberville High School. The new school also will serve as a hurricane shelter for the public. It has its own self-contained water system and can withstand winds up to 200 miles an hour. The high school, which will house 632 students, has three science labs, two computer labs, vocation trades facilities, softball and football practice fields, a gymnasium and other amenities.

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