Students at a Crowley High School will have some new halls to walk down next year.
Notre Dame High School is undergoing a $1.3 million renovation. This includes several classrooms in the oldest part of the school.
School officials say updates include new chemistry equipment, desks and other things to improve the learning environment.
"We wanted to know where we’re going to go in the future and our vision. So our vision was to look back on our history; the last 50 years of Notre Dame High School and how can we continue to move forward for our students and for our future," says Mandy Miller, development director.
Scaffolding covers the back wall of a wing of classrooms at the school. Two full floors of classrooms have been gutted and are being remodeled. The project is expected to be complete prior to the start of the 2018-19 school year.