Trinity High School, a Catholic high school in Manchester, N.H., is undergoing a major expansion.
The expansion will enable the Manchester diocese to move the St. Joseph Regional Junior High School, a seventh and eighth grade Catholic school, to the Trinity campus. The schools will share resources, such as the auditorium, gymnasium and library, but each school will maintain its own identity, reports New Hampshire Union Leader.
Trinity High was built in 1950 and has limited accessibility to people with disabilities.
The first phase of improvements will include renovations to the existing high school and construction of a junior high addition.
The high school's academics will remain in the existing building; academic space will be added where offices and a chapel now exist.
In phase two of the expansion, a new gymnasium/auditorium and chapel will be built.
The schedule calls for St. Joseph students to occupy the addition by fall 2024. The entire project is expected to be completed by 2025.