Valley Lutheran High School Breaks Ground on $6.5 Million Expansion
Valley Lutheran High School invited alumni, association members and media to a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, September 14th.
Fundraising began in late 2015 for the $10 million campaign, which includes a $6.5 million addition that will modernize the school's STEM capabilities by adding four new science labs, in addition to new music and art rooms, a new special needs room, a new weight room, new and remodeled locker rooms, common areas and a new main entrance with security improvements.
More than 450 people attended the ceremony on Friday including keynote speaker Rev. Greg Schlicker (a member of the first graduating class in 1980), Saginaw Mayor Dennis Browning, Saginaw Township Supervisor Tim Braun, lead architect Doug Kueffner of WTA Architects, Matt Bronner of Wm. Bronner & Sons Contractors, board members, faculty, staff, students and more.
Valley broke ground on its original facility in 1978 and celebrated 40 years of service in 2017.