DPS break ground on first school in $500.5 Million Capital Improvement Project

Posted June 18, 2010


Detroit Public Schools parents, students, faculty and officials, joined by civic and community groups, broke ground today on the new $45.3 million Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr. Senior High School. Once construction is complete in 2011, the new MLK building will be a LEED gold certified, state-of-the-art facility that will emphasize a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum, house a cyber caf and media center and include a multi-lane natatorium.

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