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    See the new $81.5 million buildings, athletic fields, parking and more in this aerial view of Lexington's sixth high school, which is enrolling students now for its fall opening.

See the new $81.5 million buildings, athletic fields, parking and more in this aerial view of Lexington's sixth high school, which is enrolling students now for its fall opening. Faron Collins
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Look at Lexington’s new high school: 84 percent complete, students enrolling

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