Bowdoin Breaks Ground for Beacon High School Expansion

September 2014

Bowdoin Construction recently broke ground for the Nancy C. Lincoln Center at Beacon High School in Watertown, MA.  Designed by Elliott Associates Architects, the 7,400 s.f. Center will include a new gymnasium, art room, classrooms, and meeting space for transitional counseling. The new facility is being added on to the existing school, which will be kept fully operational throughout the construction process. The official groundbreaking ceremony took place on September 12th.

Beacon High School is a co-educational, therapeutic high school that serves students ages 14-22, from the Greater Boston area. The Beacon High School mission is to provide integrated educational and therapeutic services in an academic environment that encourages student growth and responsibility.

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