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WATCH: Must-see aerial views of progress on Middletown’s massive school construction project

Middletown schools are undergoing historic renovations. 

The $96 million project, which is expanding and renovating the high school and building a new, adjacent middle school, is continuing its progress.

View the video above for the updated views, and here are five things to know:

1. What’s happening? The $96 million project is expanding and renovating the high school and building a new, adjacent middle school.

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The Middletown City School District is spending $96 million to build a new Middle School and renovate the existing High School on Briel Boulevard. This is the largest and most expensive construction project in the district's history. TY GREENLEES / STAFF (Ty Greenlees)

2. What’s the timeline? Construction is scheduled to be done by this summer. 

3. Some already done. The new campus already includes recently opened Wade E. Miller Arena.

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4. Big pieces left. The temporary building on the north border of campus now housing some high school classes will be demolished. 

The Middletown City School District is spending $96 million to build a new Middle School and renovate the existing High School on Briel Boulevard. This is the largest and most expensive construction project in the district's history. TY GREENLEES / STAFF (Ty Greenlees)

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5. Historic project. It is the largest, most expensive construction project in Middletown Schools’ history.

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