BRISTOL, Fla. - Liberty County School Board employees and some state representatives gathered in Bristol for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Liberty County High School, Friday.
The new school will be 87,000 square feet.
Construction will begin in the Spring of 2018 and should be complete by August 2019.
Superintendent David Summers said it's been a long time coming for Liberty County High School, and it hasn't been easy.
""Each year it seemed like we were right on the edge of getting in the funding and something would happen. And thanks to Senator Mumford and Representative Beshears this year we have pushed us over the edge and we were number one on the recommendation from the governor this year," said Superintendent Summers.
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