Posted: Mar 29, 2013 8:11 PM by Jen Fenter - MTN News
Great Falls High School, a historical monument in the Electric City, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
In the fall of 2012, community members nominated the school to the registry as the district discussed renovations to the 80 year old building.
Architect Steve L'Heureux, who is also a part of the Great Falls High task force, said being added to the list is a good thing.
L'Heureux says a big part of the master plan was always to maintain the architectural integrity of the building.
Now that the school is on the national registry, L'Heureux said it will continue to be a landmark for the Great Falls community for another 80 years.