In western Michigan this year, an old catholic high school began its transformation into becoming a Special Olympics facility.
South Christian High School, south of Grand Rapids, is being made into the “Special Olympics Michigan Unified Sports & Inclusion Center”.
The former high school already has two gyms, three sports fields, and a large auditorium.
The administrators for Olympics Michigan said the focus of the facility will be sports, health, and wellness. This includes programs that address preventative care and nutrition.