Beachwood High School's $35.6 million renovation-COMPLETE! | Schools
This weekend the Beachwood community will celebrate the completion of the $35.6 million renovation to Beachwood High School.
The project is the school district's largest capital undertaking in its history.
Beachwood high school's $35.6 million renovation began in June 2011.
Upgrades include a new library/media center, new humanities classroom wing, new performing arts addition, new 1,900-square-foot visual arts classroom, and new 21,371-square-foot gymnasium addition; and renovations to the science and math wing, main entry, cafeteria and restaurant.
The former north gym was repurposed into new main offices and a community meeting room.
A significant portion of this project also addressed the building's most critical structural, energy, security and technology needs.
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