Despite a drop in money from the Nexus Pipeline, Cloverleaf Local Schools are moving forward with building a new high school. The Nexus Pipeline is asking the state to drop its tax valuation from $127 million to $44 million as they continue to try and lower their payout from the pipeline that runs through the Cloverleaf, Buckeye, Medina and Wadsworth School districts. Cloverleaf Superintendent Daryl Kubilus said the project will move forward regardless of what happens with the tax valuation, as the district has already received 39% of its initial payout from the pipeline. The new high school would cost roughly $40 million and will be built on the same campus that houses the existing high school.