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Neenah (Wis.) district is building a $155 million high school

June 15, 2021
The campus is scheduled to open in 2023.

The Neenah (Wis.) school district is building a $155 million high school campus.

The new campus is being designed with plenty of windows to let in as much natural light as possible, and hallways that enables visitors to see learning on display, reports the Post Crescent.

Technology education, which includes lab spaces along with art and engineering classrooms, will be on the north side of the high school, and eating and common spaces will be in the center. Music rooms, competition gyms and other athletic spaces will be in the southern portion of the school.

Teachers will have dedicated work spaces along with spaces for collaboration and breaks. 

Other features will include a second-floor cafeteria, a spirit concourse, and competition gym

Funding for the high school comes from a $114.9 million referendum approved by district voters in April 2020. The total cost of the high school project is about $155 million; the remaining amount will come out of the district operating budget.

The referendum also allocated $7.5 million to convert the existing high school into two schools: an intermediate school for grades 5-6 in the north wing and a middle school for grades 7-8 in the south wing

Bray Architects is the architect for the high school project, and Miron Construction is the construction manager. 

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