Bray Architects led several improvement projects at Greendale High School, including a new athletic entry, a renovated library/media center, a new performing arts wing, and multiple security upgrades to provide a safe and welcoming place for students and the community.
Bray also designed an addition that includes a band room, a mezzanine for instrument storage, practice rooms, a band office, and a scene shop used for marching band set builds. The scene shop allows parent support groups of the marching band to access the space after school hours without having to enter the rest of the building.
Prior to the construction work at the High School, Bray partnered with the Greendale School District to engage the community in a two-year district-wide facility study through interactive work sessions, focus groups, school tours, and surveys. The study led the District to pose a $33.8 million referendum question to address facility needs at its three elementary schools, middle school, and high school. The referendum passed in 2018.