April 4, 2013 | Vol. 116 -- No. 50

Needing to relieve growing pains

More classrooms, gym space and performing arts center part of $80 million proposal to renovate and expand Cheney High School

A crowd of 50-plus school district patrons gathered last Wednesday night at the Cheney High School library for a preliminary look at a proposed expansion and renovation of the grade 9-12 facility just outside those library walls – a project estimated to cost around $80 million.

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NAC Architects
An aerial view and floor plan of the proposed additions and renovations at Cheney High School is shown above. Cross hatched areas indicate new or renovated spaces, including a performing arts center. The relocated Three Springs High School is located just to the left bottom corner of the football field in the photo.

School district officials along with architects at NAC Architecture have been working on plans to expand and modernize the current high school, something last done in 1994, with a capacity of 900. Since then the Cheney School District has expanded, an expansion that led to the just finished construction of two new...

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