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Ground Breaking on $34 Million Gregorio Luperon High School
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein help break ground on a $34 million site in Washington Heights that will be the new home of the Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Mathematics.  The new school will replace a converted warehouse 15 blocks away that now serves as the school’s home, and is part of the Department of Education’s $13.1 billion capital construction plan, the largest ever building plan for New York City schools.  The new school will offer students many high-quality resources including science labs, a technology lab, a gymnasium, and a soundproof music room.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein help break ground on a $34 million site in Washington Heights that will be the new home of the Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Mathematics.  The new school will replace a converted warehouse 15 blocks away that now serves as the school’s home, and is part of the Department of Education’s $13.1 billion capital construction plan, the largest ever building plan for New York City schools.  The new school will offer students many high-quality resources including science labs, a technology lab, a gymnasium, and a soundproof music room.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein help break ground on a $34 million site in Washington Heights that will be the new home of the Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Mathematics.  The new school will replace a converted warehouse 15 blocks away that now serves as the school’s home, and is part of the Department of Education’s $13.1 billion capital construction plan, the largest ever building plan for New York City schools.  The new school will offer students many high-quality resources including science labs, a technology lab, a gymnasium, and a soundproof music room.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein help break ground on a $34 million site in Washington Heights that will be the new home of the Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Mathematics.  The new school will replace a converted warehouse 15 blocks away that now serves as the school’s home, and is part of the Department of Education’s $13.1 billion capital construction plan, the largest ever building plan for New York City schools.  The new school will offer students many high-quality resources including science labs, a technology lab, a gymnasium, and a soundproof music room.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Klein help break ground on a $34 million site in Washington Heights that will be the new home of the Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Mathematics.  The new school will replace a converted warehouse 15 blocks away that now serves as the school’s home, and is part of the Department of Education’s $13.1 billion capital construction plan, the largest ever building plan for New York City schools.  The new school will offer students many high-quality resources including science labs, a technology lab, a gymnasium, and a soundproof music room.
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