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Photo Gallery: The Renovated Buddy Taylor Middle School

| July 18, 2010

The eagle has re-landed. (© FlaglerLive)

On Aug. 16, Buddy Taylor Middle School will welcome teachers 18 months and $13.2 million after undergoing a renovation that often resembled an excavation. (For the full story, see “Buddy Taylor Middle Is Reborn Yet Again.”) On Aug. 23, the school will welcome students back.

No need to wait until then to see the interior of the virtually new school. Here’s a gallery of some 30 pictures, the result of a tour provided by Buddy Taylor Principal Winnie Oden and Assistant principal Paul Peacock.

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2 Responses for “Photo Gallery: The Renovated Buddy Taylor Middle School”

  1. KMedley says:

    The renovation looks great. Now go back after one year, take the same photos, and see how much the students appreciate the “new digs”.

  2. b. bellin says:

    Kudos on your great new school!

    One major observation…Not understanding the lack of windows/natural light. Looks a bit odd from the outside and sad/dark—except for pretty awful overuse of flourescent tube lighting.

    Would think more natural light would be a better environment for learning.

    Anyway, sure everyone will love the new digs!!

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