As part of a district-wide referendum, the high school received upgrades to the STEM and business spaces to meet the school’s educational needs.
A new STEM classroom provides computer stations and workspace for students while the neighboring fabrication lab (Fab Lab) offers multiple machines for digital production and printmaking. The state-of-the-art woods shop gives students access to woodworking equipment, allowing them to explore potential careers in skilled trades. The new metal Fab Lab also supports opportunities for hands-on learning. A centralized commons area acts as a gathering space for small and large group instruction within the STEM wing.
Improvements to business learning spaces include the renovation of a business classroom and the renovation and relocation of the student-operated school store to a more central location near the cafeteria.