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Hampton (Va.) district plans a $15.4 million science addition at Kecoughtan High School

June 29, 2021
It’s the biggest renovation in decades at Kecoughtan, which opened in 1963.

The Hampton City (Va.) district is building a 37,000-square-foot science addition at Kecoughtan High School.

The wing, expected to cost at least $15.4 million, will add 15 classrooms, reports the Daily Press.

Contractors will also renovate the school’s existing science classrooms, and convert them to general-purpose classrooms.

It’s the biggest renovation in decades at Kecoughtan, which opened in 1963 and is the second-oldest of Hampton’s four high schools. In the decades since, the school has grown. Kecoughtan has over 10 portable classrooms, and they are approaching the end of their 20-to-25-year lifespan.

The project is designed by RRMM Architects.

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