Oct. 28, 2016 -- The photos below were recently taken of the Heights High building exterior, following the completion of the historic restoration of the school's iconic clock tower.
The completely renovated building is on schedule to be finished in time for the start of the 2017-2018 school year.
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The restored clock tower at Heights. Stonework in one of the turrets has been removed to allow for repairs. This stonework, as well as the front portico will be restored and when complete should look original.
The windows are now in place for the competition gym.
View of the new west side from the football field.
The new pool is waiting for its exterior facade.
The Cedar staircase on the West Wrap as seen from where the South Gym stood.
Heights High seen from the football field.
The new west entrance. In the coming weeks the masonry facade will be added.
New classroom wing located between the competition gym and the 1926 portion of the building.
The clock tower above one of the salvaged 1925 stone medallions.
The new west side of the building with windows installed.
Photos credit: Eric Silverman
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