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Grand Opening Being Held For New Woodbridge High School

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 BRIDGEVILLE, DE - After years of failed referendums in trying to get a new school built, students are finally reaping the benefits of the news Woodbridge High School In Bridgeville. Although students have been in class since late last month, a grand opening celebration is taking place on Friday and Saturday night inside the new campus located several miles off of Route 13. 


Dr. John Marinucci, Woodbridge's Director Of Administrative Services says the new high school is something their students needed. "A better environment for students is always a good thing. Something they can be proud of that they're from the Woodbridge School District."


The 162,000-square-foot facility built at a cost of $52.5 million dollars took 24 months to finish. It is the first new school building in the school district since 1931, and comes 45 years after they first began talking about building a new high school.


Woodbridge High includes areas for technical and career programs, a gymnasium with a capacity of over 1100, and an auditorium that can hold close to 800.  The school itself canaccommodatee 700 students each year. 



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