ARCADIA - Hamilton Heights School Corporation and its students are inviting parents and members of the public to share in a special ribbon cutting ceremony and celebration of the completion of construction projects and enhancements in the Engineering, Agriculture, Business, Band and Choir classrooms and as well as auditorium lighting upgrades at Hamilton Heights High School.
"We are very proud of the newly created space at Hamilton Heights High School," said Peggy Jackson, Project Vision director, Hamilton Heights School Corporation. "It reflects the great work and contribution of our teachers, administration, and professional team to build spaces that create optimal learning environments."
The dedication will begin at 5 p.m. Oct. 26, at the high school, 25802 Ind. 19, Arcadia. Attendees will enjoy student-led tours of the renovated areas and refreshments as the space is dedicated.
The high school was built in 1993 with an addition completed in 2002 and currently home to some 725 students in grades 9 through 12.