We want your opinions

October 02, 2005


For years, plans to modernize the fine arts center at South Carroll High - to bring the facility up to par with the county's newer high schools - have sat on the back burner. The modernization has been estimated to cost more than $15 million. Meanwhile, school officials have added the construction of a $39 million middle school in the southern area of the county to the district's long-range capital improvement plan. But more recently, a school system committee began exploring the feasibility of converting the high school into a middle school and building a new high school. The cost of building a new high school has been estimated at $50 million. Do you think school officials should build the new high school or keep South Carroll High and modernize its fine arts center?


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