EDUCATION

Panthers building a place for plays

Posted 4/8/21

Progress continues on the construction of a new Performing Arts Center at Paradise Honors High School, 12775 N. 175th Ave.

The building will include a stage, audience area, a ladder for the …

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EDUCATION

Panthers building a place for plays

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Progress continues on the construction of a new Performing Arts Center at Paradise Honors High School, 12775 N. 175th Ave.

The building will include a stage, audience area, a ladder for the catwalk, storage and classrooms.

The high school is one of three schools in the charter Paradise Schools Inc. district. Paradise Honors Middle School shares the campus in western Surprise with the high school, while Paradise Honors Elementary School is at 15533 W. Paradise Lane in Surprise.

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