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Announcement of a 107,000-square-foot expansion at the local high school



Noblesville, Indiana – Noblesville High School will be significantly expanded, according to an announcement made on Wednesday by Noblesville Schools.

70,000 square feet would be added as part of the extension to support STEM programming, and 37,000 square feet would be added to assist the performing arts program.

The project would involve the construction of 22 new classrooms, as well as STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) labs, expanded performing arts areas, a second café, a maker space for practical experimentation, and storage areas.

Daniel G. Hile, the superintendent, claims that the project would assist the school’s capacity grow and that it will also boost academic possibilities.

“Noblesville Schools is nationally recognized in these areas, and they are huge points of pride for our community. This additional space will allow us to meet growing demand and best prepare students for future high-paying, competitive careers,” Hile said in a statement.

Hile also anticipates that the project will provide students more choices while also giving them the training they need more affordably for these upcoming career paths.

The expansion is expected to cost $39 million, and it will be financed through a loan rather than with money from the classroom or an increase in tax rates for the general public.

This summer, a formal vote on the project will be held by the school board.

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