Bridge City ISD breaks ground on CTE center

 

Last updated 3/7/2023 at 5:56pm

Officials with the Bridge City school district on Monday had a groundbreaking ceremony for the high school's new 40,654-square-foot Career and Technical Education (CTE) center. The project is part of the bond issue voters approved last year. Superintendent Dr. Mike Kelly said the expansion will help the district and the influx of students coming in as construction ramps up for the new Entergy plant and the ChevronPhillips chemical plant. He said the district has added 45 students during the past two months. G&G Enterprises of Orange is the contractor on the new CTE center and the architect is Claycomb Associates Architects.


 

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