Hughes High School Wins Award for Renovation


The Cincinnati Preservation Association awarded Cincinnati Public Schools with its 2011 Rehabilitation Award for the renovation of Hughes High School, a $36-million state-of-the-art facility with more than 290,000 square feet. This is the second award that CPS has received from the  Cincinnati Preservation Association — the first being for the restoration of the Walnut Hills High School dome.

Visit the CPS website to learn more about this renovation project.