Seton students return to $5 million in renovations
WEST PRICE HILL, Ohio (WKRC) - School is back in session at Seton High School.
The students were welcomed back Tuesday morning with a green carpet ceremony before a pep rally was held in the school's gym at 7:45 a.m. The girls arrived to see their building also got a much needed facelift.
The building has been around for nearly a century but with the new wave of renovations you wouldn't know it when you walk through the doors.
There were $5 million in upgrades made over the summer.
The main focus of those renovations was placed on energy efficiency. Improvements such as new air conditioning, windows, ceilings, lighting, paint, white boards, and even energy efficient bulletin boards - all state of the art.
All the money used for the renovations was raised by donors and Seton alums.