New Sterling HS continues to rise as construction progresses

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Sterling High School students and other stakeholders had the opportunity to sign a steel beam that will be used in the construction of their new school.

The new $72.3 million building project is being built behind the existing facility, which will be demolished once construction is complete. The new three-story building is making great progress and can easily be seen over the top of the current school.

After the beam-signing, which was held in front of the current school, workers transported it to the construction site, where they will soon install it in the new building. The school has a target completion date of first quarter 2017.

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