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Cooper City High School Says Good-Bye to “Old Cooper City High School”

Monday, March 03, 2014
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Cooper City High School Students, Alumni, Families, Friends and Community
The construction of a new replacement Cooper City High School has been completed. The demolition to take down the final two classrooms and what remains of a third floor canopy will take place today, March 3, 2014. The tradition of academic excellence will continue in the school’s new facility.
Monday, March 3, 2014, 4 – 6 p.m.
Cooper City High School
9401 Stirling Road, Cooper City
If you plan to attend, parking is available in the new staff parking lot on the east side of the campus, or at the neighboring Church of God on the corner of Stirling Road and 90th Avenue. Do not attempt to park inside the blue fence area, which is the construction site and off-limits to vehicles. A staging area will be set up inside the blue fence in front of the last section of building that is standing. Orange and white barricades will keep all spectators at a safe distance away from the crumbled metal and concrete.
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