Granger High School to be torn down

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By Alexandria Autrey

WEST VALLEY CITY - At the end of the school year, Granger High School will be torn down and students will be moved to a new location.

The new Granger High School cost $80 million and is 450,000 square feet that will house 2,600 students, making it the largest high school in Utah.

The high school has a wide range of students that come from over 50 countries and speak 31 different languages.

Granger High School will be holding an open house for both schools on Saturday, June 1st from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.

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