Superior High School is in the middle of a multiyear, $56 million project to expand and improve the campus and to do that, the school's "circle" will need to be demolished.

If you're familiar with the school, you'll know that one of the unique features of the school is its circular build that has many of the classrooms.

Due to a variety of circumstances, the circle will be removed as part of the project and replaced with new classrooms.

But before they tear it down they are inviting the public to visit the circle one last time on Saturday, May 12th from noon until 6 pm.

Visitors will be able to visit areas like the classrooms, the old library, gym, science lab and more.

The school store will also be open during this time. Visitors are asked to use the Catlin entrance only.