Warwick City Council to vote on project that would build two new high schools

Warwick Public Schools. (WLNE)

WARWICK, R.I. (WLNE) — The Warwick City Council will hold a vote on Monday to move forward with a project that would build two new high schools in the city.

If Monday’s vote passes then the City Council will ask the Rhode Island General Assembly to put a $350 million bond issue on the city’s ballots this November.

The project would replace the city’s two existing high schools, Pilgrim and Toll Gate, with brand new facilities.

Warwick converted the city’s third high school, Warwick Vets, to a middle school back in 2016.

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