A plan for a new Edward Little High School will go before voters in Auburn on June 11 and now they can see what the new building would look like before heading to the polls.

The new school would be built on the site of the current building and be 278,303 square feet, 70% larger than the building that was opened in 1961. A study found that the current building would be too expensive to renovate, so a brand new school was designed and brought to life in these architectural sketches by Harriman Associates in Auburn, the designers of the new ELHS.

The new school would cost $122 million and the State would cover most of that, but tax payers would be responsible a little over $16 million for certain things such as artificial turf on the athletic fields, a performing arts center, enhanced educational spaces, increased parking and climate control for the building.

If approved by a referendum vote on June 11, the new school would open in the fall of 2023.

You can learn more about the new school at the link below.