CJ students return to ‘cool’ renovations

Newly designed cafeteria at Chaminade Julienne High School in Dayton. (Photo/CJ)
Newly designed cafeteria at Chaminade Julienne High School in Dayton. (Photo/CJ)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Chaminade Julienne High School unveiled its renovated Building One Thursday.

The project is a continuation of major capital improvements planned for the school through a $20-million initiative.

It now has air conditioning, new lighting and a re-designed cafeteria.

“Approximately ten years ago, Chaminade Julienne committed to remain in the hear of Dayton so that students from all backgrounds, living in all areas of our region, would have the best access to an extraordinary Catholic educational experience,” said Daniel Meixner, president. “Once we made this commitment, we knew that we had to improve our facilities and expand our campus. It became a priority to provide the kind of learning opportunities that would greatly elevate the experience for our students and attract new families to our schools.”

Building One is the oldest building on campus.

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