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  • ADA Acccessiblity and Wellness Logo The estimated $29.7 million ADA Accessibility and Wellness Infrastructure Project at Radnor High School will address outdated and inaccessible facilities at Prevost and Encke fields, including new bleachers/seating on both fields, new walkways/ramps, and an adequately sized concession stand/field house between the fields, as well as the RHS pool area, fitness room, and locker rooms/bathrooms, among other areas. 

    Upon completion of the project, currently estimated for Fall 2022, students, parents and community members from Radnor and surrounding school districts will experience fully accessible, navigable, and renewed facilities developed using the principals of “inclusive design.”

Toward an Accessible and Renewed RHS

Project Updates

  • September 7, 2021: Update on Traffic Flow for RHS Dismissal


    Principal PT Kevgas shared important details on traffic flow for dismissal at Radnor High School in a September 7 message to families.

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  • July 20, 2021: Special Board Meeting to Conduct Facilities


    The Board of School Directors held a Special Meeting to Conduct Facilities Work on July 20, 2021. Agenda items included site work change orders for the RHS ADA Accessiblity and Wellness Project. View full agenda on BoardDocs | Watch Meeting on YouTube

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  • July 14, 2021: Lower Tennis Courts Open Through 8/15; Upper Courts Closed


    Through Aug. 15, the Lower Tennis Courts at RHS will be open daily from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Lights are offline due to construction. The Upper Courts will remain closed through the completion of the Accessibility and Wellness Project (Fall 2022). Note: Courts may be closed without advanced notice due to construction or weather.

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  • June 23, 2021: Raider Road Closed for Summer


    Starting Wednesday, June 23, Raider Rd. is closed for the summer from Radnor-Chester Rd. to the Senior Lot. Visitors and staff should enter/exit campus from King of Prussia Rd. or exit by Rowland Field (access road next to Senior Lot).

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  • June 15, 2021: Project Update at Facilities Committee Meeting


    Director of Operations Bill Dolan provided a project update at the June 15, 2021 Facilities Committee Meeting. Watch meeting

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  • May 6, 2021: Official Groundbreaking of the RHS ADA Accessibility and Wellness Infrastructure Project


    The event, which took place between Encke and Prevost fields amid construction in progress, was attended by members of the School Board, administration, students, special guests, and members of the project's Steering Committee. Read more

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  • Raider Road Closed to Pedestrians; No Parking


    Due to the construction on campus, students, staff and members of the public are not permitted to walk or park along Raider Road.

     

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  • Week of April 19, 2021: Selective Demolition Begins


    Selective demolition is underway. Perhaps most noticeably, work has begun around Prevost Field, with the bleachers having been removed and surrounding areas of the field being prepared for renovations. 

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  • April 19, 2021: Change to Traffic Flow on RHS Campus


    Effective April 19, Raider Road is being used as a one way street. Traffic can enter from Radnor-Chester Road but cannot exit. Students, staff and members of the public must exit campus using King of Prussia Road by the main school entrance or use the access road located by the senior (upper) lot.

     

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  • April 15, 2021: On-Site Work Begins; Areas Closed


    On-site activity as part of the Radnor High School ADA Accessibility and Wellness Infrastructure Project began the week of April 12, 2021, including project layout, survey and logistics, and selective demolition. As of April 15, the following facilities are currently unavailable for use by any individual, including students, staff, and all members of the public: Prevost Field/Turf; Prevost Bleachers; Prevost Track; Upper Tennis Courts; Parking Spaces along Raider Road. More

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