Shiny new Corvettes, right, on the lot wait for buyers at the Capital Chevrolet car dealership, formerly Bobby Murray Chevrolet, on August 17, 2016. The Wake County Public School System recently purchased the property on Capital Blvd inside the 440 Beltline to build a new high school. But the site could temporarily be used to house students from Wiley Elementary School during its upcoming renovation project.
Shiny new Corvettes, right, on the lot wait for buyers at the Capital Chevrolet car dealership, formerly Bobby Murray Chevrolet, on August 17, 2016. The Wake County Public School System recently purchased the property on Capital Blvd inside the 440 Beltline to build a new high school. But the site could temporarily be used to house students from Wiley Elementary School during its upcoming renovation project. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Shiny new Corvettes, right, on the lot wait for buyers at the Capital Chevrolet car dealership, formerly Bobby Murray Chevrolet, on August 17, 2016. The Wake County Public School System recently purchased the property on Capital Blvd inside the 440 Beltline to build a new high school. But the site could temporarily be used to house students from Wiley Elementary School during its upcoming renovation project. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Wake County considers new school relocation sites for renovations

October 12, 2016 06:28 PM

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