Ohio School Complex Begins to Take Shape

The new Harrison Hills School Campus in Harrison County, Ohio, is making progress as the school year begins. The new 216,000-square-foot facility will be home to over 2,000 students in grades pre-K through 12. The campus will feature several new learning spaces, along with a host of upgrades, including a modern auditorium, two gymnasiums, and special high-bay classroom areas.

Along with the new educational facilities, a new eight-lane track will be constructed on the 50-acre campus. There will also be special spaces at the new campus dedicated to collaboration and group activities. Work continues as school is in session and will be completed in fall of 2019.

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