Alternative high school in Edmond, Okla., gets facelift

March 26, 2013
Boulevard Academy is housed in building that was constructed in 1924.

Boulevard Academy, an alternative high school in Edmond, Okla., is getting a $3.3 million renovation. The Oklahoman reports that the work is expected to be completed in July, in time for the new school year. Between 100 and 150 students attend Boulevard. While construction is under way, students are being housed in portable classrooms at Memorial High School. Boulevard was built in 1924; it was the home of Edmond High School until 1994.

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