Cape Tech Breaks Ground for New School

Building should be completed by 2020
It's all smiles as shovels hit the ground at Cape Tech's official groundbreaking ceremony Friday. (Cape Tech photo)

Friday was an historic day as Cape Cod Regional Technical High School officially broke ground for their new, state-of-the-art school building.   

The event was attended by the Cape legislative delegation, state education officials and local officials.  

Superintendent Robert Sanborn summed up the event most aptly in his opening remarks:

“For 45 years our district community has partnered with the Tech family to help provide the answer to this question. As the hard hats go on and the shovels hit the ground in a few moments, a groundbreaking, a symbolic time honored in ceremony, will celebrate the students and staff who have studied and worked in this building over the last 45 years while simultaneously serving to break new ground for thousands of students over the next 50 years.”

It is anticipated that the new school will be completed in 2020.

You can watch a Cape Tech video of the entire ceremony below.

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