Friday, August 24, 2012
Check out photos of Allen High’s $60 million football stadium
Does a high school really need a $60 million stadium?
ALLEN A nearly $60 million high school football stadium in North Texas has opened with a pep rally and introduction of the 2012 team.
Voters in 2009 approved a $119 million bond package that included the 18,000-seat high-tech stadium. The venue replaces a 14,000 seat complex in the community about 20 miles northeast of Dallas.
The new stadium has artificial turf, a two-tier press box, and a towering video scoreboard.
Classes begin Monday at Allen High School, which last year had enrollment of nearly 4,000.
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