Collier County breaks ground on high school in North Naples

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Collier County Public Schools broke ground Monday morning on a new high school in North Naples. The county’s ninth public high school is set to open in August 2023 on 60 acres just west of Veterans Memorial Elementary School near the intersection of Veterans Memorial Boulevard and Livingston Road.
The three-story, 295,071-square-foot high school is equipped to serve 1,887 students and will feature five career academies: engineering, health science, law studies, information technology, and entrepreneurship and finance. The school district will begin a community campaign next year to name the new school, known now as just GGG.

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