jefferson city high school

Politics
8:37 am
Tue March 26, 2013

As Jefferson City officials propose new high school, some criticize 'mega high'

Credit Jefferson City High School / Jefferson City Public Schools

On April 2, Jefferson City residents will vote on whether to approve a $79 million bond issue that would fund the construction of a new elementary school and a new high school. But, the proposal for a new high school has drawn opposition from some members of the community.

Opponents of the bond issue believe Jefferson City students would be ill served in what they call a “mega high school.” While they want a new high school to be built, they think the existing campus should remain open, making the population at each school smaller.

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Politics
2:29 pm
Mon March 18, 2013

Debate over Jefferson City's new high school campus continues

An artist's rendering of the proposed new Jefferson City High School.
Credit Jefferson City Public Schools

On April 2, Jefferson City residents will vote on whether to approve a $79 million bond issue that would fund the construction of a new elementary school and a new high school. But, the proposal for a new high school has drawn opposition from some members of the community.

Opponents of the bond issue believe Jefferson City students would be ill served in what they call a “mega high school.” While they want a new high school to be built, they think the existing campus should remain open, making the population at each school smaller.

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Education
4:22 pm
Tue December 4, 2012

Contracts signed for Jefferson City High School land

Credit File / KBIA

Lincoln University and Linn State Technical College have signed a contract to purchase the campus that will soon be vacated by Jefferson City High School.

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Education
8:59 am
Tue December 20, 2011

Missouri students increase enrollment in language studies

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The number of Missouri students taking foreign languages is on the rise – with enrollment in foreign language classes doubling over the past 20 years. But the increase isn’t being driven by education policy, finds KBIA’s Chris McDaniel in this report.

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