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To preserve 'Main Street,' the central corridor of the current Newton North High School, architects designed one long build

How much school does $154.6 million buy?

Not as much as you'd think. Now, before ground has been broken, Newton may have to skimp on the finishing touches of its long-planned high school.

By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / April 1, 2007

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It is already tagged as the most expensive high school in Massachusetts: a $154.6 million showplace, designed by an internationally renowned architect and awaited with some anxiety by the residents of Newton. (Full article: 1316 words)

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