Officials set maximum for Avon Grove school construction project

December 12, 2018

The Pennsylvania school district’s directors have voted on a plan to build a new high school, renovate and convert the current high school to a middle school, and realign the remaining schools, at a cost not to exceed $127 million.

Avon Grove school directors have voted on a plan to build a new high school, renovate and convert the current high school to a middle school serving grades six through eight, and realign the remaining schools, at a cost not to exceed $127 million.

At the meeting, school directors approved the Avon Grove High School schematic design plan, which allows the district to enter into the design development phase of the construction project.

School directors set the parameters resolution at $127 million, which is the potential outside maximum amount in the parameters filing