Boyertown Area School District to conduct community forums regarding $61M high school project

The community will now have a chance to re-examine the $61 million construction project currently in progress at the Boyertown Senior High.

On Friday, March 28, the Boyertown Area School District announced that it will be conducting community forums to provide updated information on the high school’s expansion project.

According to a release by the district, representatives from KCBA Architects and D’Huy Engineering will be participating in these informational sessions. A presentation will be presented which will be followed by a period for questions and comments.

The district encourages community members to select a date that is convenient for them and to attend the forum in order to learn more about the BASH Building Project.


The community forums are scheduled on the following dates:

Thursday, April 10, beginng at 6:30 p.m. at Boyertown Junior High East

Wednesday, April 16, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Boyertown Junior High West

Tuesday, April 29, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Boyertown Education Center

The information shared will be the same at all three presentations.

“The Boyertown Area School District looks forward to working with the community to enable all students to succeed in a changing world,” stated the release.

The next meeting of Boyertown’s Board of School Directors is scheduled for Tuesday, April 8, at 7 p.m. at the Education Center.

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