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Auburn High School teacher Eric Mohler tries out the new computer write screen in his classroom. - Rachel Ciampi, Auburn Reporter
Auburn High School teacher Eric Mohler tries out the new computer write screen in his classroom.
— image credit: Rachel Ciampi, Auburn Reporter

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Students and staff embraced the new Auburn High School, which officially opened for classes Wednesday.

The voter-approved, $110 million, three-story, red brick structure on East Main Street replaces the 64-year-old building on 4th Street Northeast.

"This building is gorgeous, I don't even know where to start," said AHS Principal Richard Zimmerman. "We're completely wireless in the building. We're the most technologically advanced building in the state right now because of the facilities, the technology involved. It's going to be a great place for kids."

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