The Blue Valley School District transformed what used to be First Family’s megachurch into Hilltop Campus, which includes a early childhood learning center and a professional development conference center. The district purchased the the 51-acre property and everything on it for $9 million after a lender of the megachurch foreclosed.
The Blue Valley School District transformed what used to be First Family’s megachurch into Hilltop Campus, which includes a early childhood learning center and a professional development conference center. The district purchased the the 51-acre property and everything on it for $9 million after a lender of the megachurch foreclosed. File photo of Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
The Blue Valley School District transformed what used to be First Family’s megachurch into Hilltop Campus, which includes a early childhood learning center and a professional development conference center. The district purchased the the 51-acre property and everything on it for $9 million after a lender of the megachurch foreclosed. File photo of Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

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