The plans for the renovated Secaucus High School and Middle School complex were unveiled at last week’s Board of Education meeting.
An architect from the firm of Di Cara & Rubio gave a presentation that shed some light on the $27.4 million project, including multiple renderings of the completed structure. The new additions include an administrative office, 11 classrooms, a lab and a physical education wing.
The renovations, which were approved by voters in December, are set to begin in the Spring of 2015 and be completed in 2016.
After the renovations, the sixth graders in Secaucus will attend the middle school to alleviate the burden on the towns two elementary schools.
Secaucus currently has less than 2,200 students enrolled in its school system but that number is expected to increase more than 10 percent in the next four years.