(Richmond, IN)--Consultants will look into the long-term viability of Richmond High School with an eye toward major renovations in the next decade. The RCS Board this week discussed a need to reconfigure and renovate the building, which is now 77 years old. Different classroom setups, electrical infrastructure, and a declining enrollment are all elements of the renovation. The project could carry a price tag of between $62 and $88 million. More bonding becomes available in 2020.