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Middle School Enrollment

On May 21, Albany voters will consider a proposition to expand and renovate North Albany Academy into a new, permanent middle school.

 

Following a three-year planning process that included extensive community input and feedback, the district is asking voters to support the expansion and renovation of North Albany to create a new 650-student middle school.

 

If approved, the project would be completed in 2023 and provide the district with three equitable middle schools (along with Hackett and Myers) to serve all students in grades 6-8. The district currently does not have enough middle school space and educates about 250 sixth-graders in elementary schools

 

The total cost of the middle school plan would be $31.9 million, with no tax impact. That would include $3.4 million in renovations to expand Arbor Hill Elementary School to serve additional elementary school students.

 

If the May 2019 referendum is approved, construction would begin with renovations to expand Arbor Hill Elementary School in the spring of 2021. Arbor Hill would remain open throughout the renovation process. North Albany also would remain open for Albany International Center students during renovations through June 2024. 

 

 

 



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