High school moving to Frontenac with $5M renovation

//High school moving to Frontenac with $5M renovation

High school moving to Frontenac with $5M renovation

Miriam Academy, a private high school with 55 students, has announced it will move operations from Town & Country to Frontenac after the city of Frontenac approved a conditional use permit for the new space. The school will move to the former B’nai El Congregation building, at 11411 N. Forty Drive, after it completes a $5 million renovation, according to a release. The building purchase price was not disclosed due to a confidentiality agreement, said Andrew Thorp, executive director of the school's…

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By | 2019-04-19T16:05:05+00:00 April 19th, 2019|Education|

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