Renovation of high school in Madison County, Ga., is progressing

July 7, 2013
When work is finished next year, school will be 45 percent larger.

Renovation of Madison County High School in Danielsville, Ga., is about 25 percent complete and the upgraded facility is on track to open in August 2014. Madison County Today says the renovation will increase the school’s size by 45 percent, from 135,285 square feet to 195,986 square feet. Added features to the school include a ROTC suite, journalism lab, business lab, band room, choral suite, media center, administrative area, counseling area, cafeteria, kitchen, special ed area and science labs.

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