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November 8, 2007

Quitman - Brooks County's getting a new high school.

The 16 million dollar building will be built next to the middle and elementary schools on Moultrie Highway and be ready for students for the 2009 school year.

The current high school was built in 1960.

It will have 38 state of the art classrooms. 

"All of our classrooms will be equipped with LCD projectors, smartboards in every room and the capability to have up to six computers in each room as well," says Howard Akers, Principal at BHS.

The groundbreaking will take place at the sight on November 13 at 5:00 PM.

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