Friday, April 14, 2000
CCHS plans renovations for rising enrollment
The old industrial arts building at Concord-Carlisle High School will be renovated in the next three years to make room for the expected increase in student enrollments. The regional school committee heard from HMFH Architects of Cambridge on the status of their evaluation of the existing school facilities and plans to address departmental and space needs.
With the help of a new committee of teachers and school officials, the architects will come up with a plan to reuse the industrial arts space. The renovations are expected to stay within the footprint of the existing building. CCHS currently has 1,016 students with that number expected to rise to over 1,200 students by 2004.
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