Cody Rouge

Life Remodeled’s stopped building new homes in six days and shifted its focus to multi-million dollar renovations of existing high schools. More than 10,000 volunteers came together for a week in August to invest in Cody High School and the surrounding community,participating in major projects like a new STEM lab, medical simulation lab, revamping of the home economics room and a new $1.2 million synthetic turf football field that allowed the first home games in more than six years at Cody. The volunteers cleared debris, boarded up 254 vacant houses and beautified 303 blocks of the Cody Rouge neighborhood while creating safe pathways for students walking to and from school. Framed by Grace Films produced a documentary called “Cody High: A Life Remodeled Project.” View trailer here.