Former Bishop McDevitt High School building

Former Bishop McDevitt High School building (Google Maps)
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The original part of the building, the Two Towers (Twin Towers) and the section between them, was built in 1918 and named Catholic High School. In 1957 the school was renamed Bishop McDevitt High School in memory of the 4th Bishop of the Harrisburg Diocese. Due to overcrowding and rising costs of maintenance for a 95 year old building, the Diocese decided to build a new modern high school and this building was closed on January 1, 2013.
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