State College Area High School unveils a portion of its new campu
On Monday school spirit peaked at the State College Area High SchoolAfter two years of planning and construction, students said good bye to a portion of the original campusJustin Korman, a senior at SCAHS, said “It exciting, I mean it a little bittersweet coming over from the North Building, I been there the last three and a half years and it my dad school. A lot of memories in there.”
Korman and his peers then said hello to 328,000 sq. ft. of school grounds, the first of three phases complete for the school renovationKorman said it an addition everyone has been eager to see”This new building is exciting. It huge, there a lot of potential to just do a lot of things that we couldn do in our old space,” Korman saidThe original layout was initially built back in 1958 and some parts lacked the essentials like windows for natural lightSchool officials said there were only a handful of bathrooms and buildings without air conditioningRobert O the Superintendent of the State College Area School District said, “And I really think our teachers have done a wonderful job in those spaces,
I think they going to do even a little bit better in these spaces.”
The new building features open classrooms, an enlarged greenhouse, faculty rooms and a sophisticated career technology centerO said if you combine that with the current faculty and staff students are set up for success”The building doesn make the experiences, really high quality people that are well trained make the kids experiences, however, the building supports it,” O saidAnd Korman said it a sentimental move, especially for the graduating classes of 2018 through 2021″I think it just finally sunk in that we are a special group. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.