Hoover school board offers to buy Riverchase Middle School from Pelham



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Hoover at it again

The article said Hoover officials say the deal fell through for some reason. They know the reason. You can't tell me that Hoover didn't have a hand in this for some reason like past behind close door deals.

G more than 2 years ago


I thought this was already Heritage Academy

J more than 2 years ago


I thought Shades Mountain Christian had already bought it?!

B more than 2 years ago

That's mentioned in article

That deal fell through

Fred S. more than 2 years ago

Fell through?

'When' did the 'deal' with SMCS fall through and when was someone from SMCS advised that the negotiation had collapsed?

David Barber more than 2 years ago

Certified good idea

As we move from a degreed society to a certified one, we should open schools that give the proper training in robotics, medical technology, HVAC, and such. We need people who are certified (which says you can do a certain skill set at a certain level) more than college degreed paupers who learned to be social justice warriors.

Clark McNutt more than 2 years ago

Logical Idea.

Buying the property to use as a site for a skill career related location is very logical idea. It would be somewhat centrally located for both Hoover HS & Spain Park HS students. Hope this works out.

Wayne Wood more than 2 years ago