The Neenah Joint School District is building a $155 million high school campus.
Funding for the high school comes from a $114.9 million referendum approved by district voters in April 2020. The total cost of the high school project is about $155 million; the remaining amount will come out of the district operating budget.
The referendum also allocated $7.5 million to convert the existing high school into two schools: an intermediate school for grades 5-6 in the north wing and a middle school for grades 7-8 in the south wing
Bray Architects is the architect for the high school project, and Miron Construction is the construction manager.