The Denmark High School project includes both an addition and renovations to the existing building. The addition features a new agriculture lab, three-court gymnasium, fitness center, and auditorium support space. Supporting the school’s growing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum, the new agriculture science lab facilitates hands-on learning such as animal research, handling and nutrition tests, and agricultural mechanics. The new gymnasium, fitness center, and multi-purpose room support physical education, athletic, and community needs. A new lobby accommodates school functions and athletic events held in the gymnasium while also providing access to the football field and track.
Renovations at Denmark High School focused on the auditorium and cafeteria. The auditorium received fixed seating to accommodate 600, while the adjacent cafeteria is equipped to function as auxillary space during larger performances. Improved accessibility, updated lighting, and sound systems were amongst other improvements. The added auditorium support space includes dressing rooms, areas for set construction, and storage.