WHPacific provided the master plan and architectural drawings for the new $50 million replacement campus. The master plan provided the concept of a Student Life Plaza, and formed the basis of the entire site and structural master plan. The overall plan provides spaces for living along with educational, recreational and spiritual learning opportunities. The buildings are designed in Pueblo Revival style and contain up to three stories to achieve the massing and stepping appropriate to the style.
The Campus includes:
- High School Living Facility with 2 dormitory buildings totaling 83,500 SF.
- Middle School Facility houses academic functions and includes living facilities, administration, gymnasium and resource rooms.
- 6,000 seat gymnasium complex was recessed partly into the earth to minimize height and blends in with the smaller buildings on campus.
- Student Life Center includes a bookstore and student activities office, recreational areas, television room, a snack bar/cyber café, a crafts area, and athletic areas.
2005 National School Boards Association Special Jury Citation
2005 American School and University Outstanding Designs
2004 Southwest Contractor Best Buildings