Jerome High School

Dublin (Ohio) district will add modular classrooms at one of its high schools

Nov. 15, 2021
The 935-square-foot facility at Jerome High will provide 12 classrooms while a permanent addition is built.

The Dublin (Ohio) district is planning to add a 12-classroom modular building at Jerome High School to provide needed space while a permanent addition is constructed.

The Columbus Dispatch reports the modular classrooms are needed quickly because growth in the northwest portion of the district has exceeded projections.

Construction of the modular building would begin after the district receives approval from the city.

The permanent addition to Jerome High School is estimated to cost about $25 million and will be funded through a bond issue that voters approved in 2018.

All modular classrooms will be removed from the Jerome campus after the permanent addition opens in fall 2023.

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