Fostoria City Schools welcomed the public to walk the halls of its fresh, new 7-12 building Sunday, Jan. 12. The Fostoria Junior/Senior High School designed by Garmann/Miller Architects-Engineers features two gymnasiums, a cafeteria and auditorium, a state-of-the-art media center and four sections of modern classrooms that can be opened up for more collaborative learning spaces. The building also is equipped with more natural light that shines in through multiple windows.
“This new facility speaks for itself,” Superintendent Andrew Sprang said. “This school will help our children and students with the tools they need to be successful.”
A recent FHS alumnae commented, “I wish it was like this when I was here!” A Redmen parent also said, “This is amazing … it’s a dream come true.”
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