Here’s What Trenton Central HS Will Look Like in The Future

January 11, 2016

The NJ School Development Authority (SDA) released video that shows a three-dimensional computer model of what the future holds for Trenton Central High School.

In April 2015, the school board approved the design, dubbed “The Tornado,” to replace the high school that first opened in 1932.

The existing school is currently being demolished by USA Environmental Management and Luzon Inc, according to

The $130 million project is being supervised by the SDA, and demolition of the old school is expected to take a year.

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