SPARTANBURG CO., S.C. (WSPA) – The Spartanburg District Two bond referendum was passed tonight.
This means that a new Boiling Springs High School will be built.
After hearing the news, Spartanburg County School District Two sent out the following statement:
“We are humbled and honored by the overwhelming support you gave our District today at the ballot box by passing the referendum question concerning the construction of a new Boiling Springs High School. Today’s vote clearly demonstrates that our District’s residents support the community’s children and want the very best education for them.
Our goal is to ensure that no matter where a child lives in Spartanburg District Two he or she will have access to a great facility in which to learn and play. Today’s vote will allow us to follow through on that promise.
Soon the Board of Trustees, District administration, faculty, and staff will begin the exciting process of making our vision of a state-of-the-art facility into a reality. We promise that when the new BSHS opens it will be a facility this community will be proud of. This new school will serve our students well for decades to come. We also promise to be good stewards of the faith you have shown in our District with your support.”
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