PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - We're getting a look at what Bay High School's new STEM facility will look like.
It will be built where its old cafeteria once stood.
District leaders said they do not expect to receive any Triumph money for the 39,000 square foot, two-story project.
The contractor will be on site within the next two to three months.
G.A.C. will manage the project.
The new STEM building is expected to attract students from other schools.
"Once you enter that building, it will have all of the STEM components, from science labs, physic lab, chemistry labs, everything will be state of the art," Lee Walters, Director of Facilities of Bay District Schools, said.
The project is expected to take a year to complete and is estimated to be ready by the middle of the 2019-2020 school year.