PENN HILLS, Pa - The Penn Hills School District opened its new state-of-the-art senior high school building on Collins Drive Friday afternoon.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday, and those in attendance had the opportunity to take a tour of the new high school, which features a new gym and auditorium.
Construction on the $58 million high school began back in 2010.
The former high school building will be torn down and made into more parking spaces and athletic facilities for students.
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