(MOBILE, Ala.) School Board members have to decide how to spend $100 million in local bond money.
The schools include Phillips Prepatory School, Chastang Middle School, and Lott Middle School, to name a few.
All the buildings toured are on the "serious consideration" list for major renovations, repairs or new buildings.
Lott Middle School, for example, hasn't had many repairs at all since it was built in 1952. New plumbing, wiring and windows are needed.
"You either have a building and renovation or you lose your buildings. One of the two. It's ongoing, it's perpetual, it's going to continue really forever," said Dr. William Foster, Mobile County School Board president.