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Burien’s historic Highline High School – which first opened its doors in 1924 – is being slowly eaten away by demolition equipment and workers at its campus located at 225 South 152nd Street.

Cost of the demolition and reconstruction of the school is over $148 million dollars, with Skansa as the General Contractor/Construction Manager.

The new campus is projected to open in the fall of 2021. In the meantime, students are attending the temporary school at the Olympic Interim site.

More info here: https://www.highlineschools.org/departments/school-construction

Scott Schaefer dropped by Monday night, Sept. 9, and along with smelling the musty scents of the innards of an old, exposed building, he took some pics – click on the image below to view the photo gallery:

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