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Clinton (Iowa) district breaks ground on $62 million high school

July 1, 2021
The campus will have a three-story academic building, a career and technical education center and a fine arts wing.

The Clinton (Iowa) school district has begun construction on a new high school.

The $62 million project will, in phases, replace most of the existing high school with new construction.

The district will construct a new three-story academic building, a new career and technical education center and fine arts wing. It also will renovate the high school's existing Yourd Gymnasium.

The district expects the project to be completed by spring 2025.

Tricon Construction is the construction manager and Frevert-Ramsey-Kobes Architects and Engineers is the architect.

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