Coleman High School

Bray Architects supported Coleman School District through a committee-based process to identify infrastructure and educational needs at their existing combined Elementary, Middle School and High School building. After successfully passing a $13.8 million referendum in April 2018, Bray and the Coleman School District proceeded into the design phase of the project.

Coleman High School received a secure entry addition as well as an office renovation, controlling visitor access through the high school entrance. To enhance the school’s STEAM curriculum, the existing woods, metals, and CAD labs have been upgraded to prepare students for today’s work force. Classrooms on the second floor have also be renovated to become science labs. Other improvements include the expansion and renovation of the cafeteria, ADA compliance, and renovation of the kitchen.

Location: Coleman, WI     Cost: $13,800,000

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