Butler Traditional High School
Butler High School opened in 1954. It was chosen in 1988 as the second high school in Jefferson County to offer the Traditional Program. In this program the standards of patriotism, morality, and personal integrity are stressed in a structured learning environment. The school has a strict dress code, discipline code, heterogeneous grouping, technology major, and college preparatory curriculum. It is the only school in JCPS to obtain and/or exceed its goal for CATS testing every year during the existence of the yearly examinations.
Calhoun Construction served as the general contractor for a complete HVAC upgrade to the facility. Along with HVAC, all windows are being upgraded along with classroom upgrades and site work. This is a 2 year phased project with 5 seperate completion dates throughout the project.