Free Lance-Star reporter Amy Umble covers Stafford County schools and other education issues
Should Stafford High be renovated or replaced?
After this story ran Sunday, I’ve heard from more people who think Stafford High needs to be replaced.
What do you think?
The Stafford County School Board recently updated its capital plan to include a $35 million makeover to Stafford High School, which was built in 1975.
The plan previously called for a new $115 million Stafford High off Leeland Road in 2017. The existing high school was to be converted into a $68 million career and technology center by 2019.
The School Board scrapped those plans because of the price.