Fishers High School - History

History

The original Fishers High School was located at Lantern Road and 116th Street where the current Fishers Elementary School stands, but the school was demolished in 1969 after the opening of Hamilton Southeastern High School. In 2003, the current school opened as a freshman campus but, in 2007, the school opened a second wing which allowed for grades 9-12 to occupy the building. For the 2010-2011 school year, a 500 student expansion was constructed, connecting the A, B, and D hallways. There has also been a recent expansion creating extensions of the A and B hallways to accommodate the schools ever-growing freshman class, which was completed in the summer of 2011.

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