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home : news : hamilton north December 14, 2017

Heights open house to show off improvements
Photo providedHamilton Heights High School students (l-r) Mitchell Jones, Alexander Fields, Madison Nickel, and Alex Widows are pictured in upgraded studying spaces in the Engineering area.
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Hamilton Heights High School students (l-r) Mitchell Jones, Alexander Fields, Madison Nickel, and Alex Widows are pictured in upgraded studying spaces in the Engineering area.

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ARCADIA - The greater Northern Hamilton County community is invited to attend a special Open House and Ribbon Cutting ceremony 5 p.m. Oct. at Hamilton Heights High School.

Construction projects transformed the business, agricultural, engineering, band and choir areas into 21st Century learning environments.

The celebration will begin with a ribbon cutting ceremony led by the Northern Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce followed by student-guided tours to showcase the newly renovated areas.

The open house offers district families and members of the community the opportunity for an up close and personal view of the latest upgrades designed to enhance the learning environment by creating more effective, usable, and aesthetic spaces.

"We are very excited to share these newly renovated areas with parents, local businesses, and organizations," said Jarrod Mason, Hamilton Heights High School principal. "I think the updates on the first and second floors are impressive and something worth taking the time to see. We think our entire community will be as proud as we are with these changes."

Peggy Jackson, Project Vision director, Hamilton Heights School Corporation, said she hopes the community will attend to personally see the great work and contribution of the teachers, administration, and professional team who built the type of spaces that create optimal learning environments.

Hamilton Heights High School is located at 25802 SR 19 in Arcadia. Refreshments will be served.

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