Ribbon Cutting at New Seneca Middle School

The new Seneca Middle School on Wells Highway was inaugurated on Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Principal Michael Cory and Board of Trustees representative Sandra Sloan. Cory said it’s a facility designed for middle schoolers.

The event, attended by community members, former and current administrators, and those involved in the school’s design and construction, was held before the School District of Oconee County’s board meeting. Students will move into the new building in August 2024. Board Chairwoman Denise McCormick and Associate Superintendent Steve Hanvey expressed their excitement and gratitude to all who contributed to the project. Former principals were acknowledged for their service. Sloan described the new state-of-the-art school as a “dream come true” and emphasized its capacity to accommodate future growth. She also expressed her happiness for the Seneca community and hopes to host more events at the school.