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The Shelby County School Board is considering a brand new concept for how it might use the new secondary school it is building west of Shelbyville.
At a board meeting Thursday, Superintendent James Neihof outlined tentative plans and called for public hearings on a concept that would have two 5-year high schools in the county: one at Shelby County High School and the other on this new property.
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