Oregon High School
The renovations and additions at Oregon High School, including new state-of-the-art athletic facilities, better serve its students and growing community.
Need: Accommodate a growing student population
Solution: Renovate and expand the existing high school building
Result: A rejuvenated learning environment with a new main entrance, offices, additional classrooms, and state-of-the-art athletic facilities
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Size62,300 sq ft (renovation); 33,400 sq ft (addition)
In addition to the new spaces, Bray helped the Oregon School District prioritize areas for renovation in this 1960s-era high school. The renovated spaces include:
- A larger cafeteria
- A modernized library
- New STEAM classrooms
- New collaborative learning and small-group instruction areas
Growing Minds and Bodies
The new athletic facilities are the largest components of the Oregon High School project. They include a four-station competition gymnasium for physical education classes and extracurricular athletics, as well as a new fitness center, indoor turf area, locker rooms, and equipment storage.
We have partnered with the Oregon School District on master planning and project implementation services for more than 20 years. Our latest collaboration led to Forest Edge Elementary School, the first verified net zero energy school in Wisconsin.
I value our partnership and Bray’s willingness to say ‘yes’ to our ideas to make this new school an inspiring learning space for generations to come. Bray is a great partner committed to our goals.