Despite budget problems, students in one Houston County high school will attend classes in a new building soon.
Rehobeth High School's Principal, Dr. Roy Watford says the project came in around $1 million less than the estimated budget.
There are several new features to the school including a new media room with study space and a gym with a stage.
Students will have their first full day at the school on July 25.
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