District considers $42M in upgrades for high school, 2 elementaries

Center Grove school board has hired an architectural firm to begin designing up to $42 million in renovations and security upgrades for each of its schools.

School board members approved paying more than $2 million to begin designs for the projects, which will involve all Center Grove schools but will focus most heavily on the high school and Center Grove and North Grove elementary schools.

Center Grove will borrow the money after other debt is paid off to pay CSO Architects, a project manager, and for the work that will be done to the buildings.

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