YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – A major renovation to the Cardinal Mooney High School building on Youngstown’s south side has begun, according to a press release sent Tuesday.
The renovation project will take three years to complete, school leaders said.
“When the renovations are complete, returning students and alumni will experience what is virtually a new building,” Cardinal Mooney President Gerald DeLucia said. “These improvements will help us with our mission of delivering a high-quality Catholic education.”
According to the release, gifts by Cardinal Mooney alumni Denise DeBartolo York and Eddie DeBartolo, Jr., led to the renovations.
Cardinal Mooney officials said that the renovations will include:
- A complete remodeling of the exterior facing of the building
- Installation of all-new, energy-efficient windows
- A new roof
- New tile flooring
- New reflective ceilings
- Cafeteria renovations
- A new HVAC system