A group of engineers recently informed the city that it needed to make about $9.5 million in repairs to the exterior of Somerville High School over the next four years.
As a result of those projected costs, the city will study the short- and long-term needs of the school and consider the possibility of building a new high school.
The city is forming a working group to study the engineering report. In addition, the city will conduct a feasibility study that includes various options, including the option of building a new facility, possibly at a different location.
In light of this news, Somerville Patch wants to know, especially from students, parents, teachers and staff who spend time at the high school, what you think should be done. Fix the old school, or build a new one?