T.R. Miller to undergo major renovations
T.R. Miller High School will have a whole new look in about two years.
The Brewton City Board of Education agreed Monday to undertake major renovations at the school, which Superintendent Lynn Smith said would result in entirely new classrooms and office space.
The project would cost about $8 million, Smith said, and work to tear down the old classrooms would begin at the end of the current school year.
School officials are hopeful the project will have minimal disruptions and will not force any classes to use portable classrooms.
For more on the new project, see Wednesday’s edition of The Brewton Standard.