Additions to opposite ends of the existing school building support the growth of the student population and a need for innovative learning spaces. The new academic wing provides the necessary resources for the district’s Pathways Programs, including the School of Design Innovation & Technology, School of Health Science & Services and School of Business, Leadership & Entrepreneurship. The neighborhood design concept for each level features a central collaboration space, active corridors, small breakout spaces for group work, and on the lower level, a large outdoor classroom space.
The athletics addition includes a new auxiliary gym with a hybrid turf and gym floor, a new team room, weight room and locker rooms. The existing outdated locker rows in the center of the building were transformed into a large commons area and business development space designed to reflect a modern professional environment.
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