ALBANY, N.Y. (Oct.
-- City School District of Albany
Superintendent Raymond Colucciello, Ed.D., issued the following
message Oct. 18 regarding the future of Albany High School.
“The future of Albany High
School, including one possibility that envisions a new school on the
Harriman Campus, has been under discussion by the City School
District of Albany Board of Education and the community for nearly
two decades,” Dr. Colucciello said. “Today’s story in the
Times Union outlines this long-standing scenario for Albany
High’s future. Other options for new construction at other sites or
a major renovation to the current facility at 700 Washington Ave.,
also may be considered.
“The Board of Education will
continue to consider all options in this ongoing dialogue with the
community to determine the best future direction for Albany High
School, its students and staff, and the entire city.”