Type: Education Phase: Design Date: 2015 Size: 122,000 total sf
This New Campus will be designed to accommodate both a new facility for the school district’s alternative high school of choice, Roosevelt High School (RHS), and the new Pathways Innovation Center (P.I.C.), which will serve students from all 3 existing high schools in the district.
Roosevelt High School is an Alternative High School in the Natrona County School District and it has a current enrollment of 160, limited by the existing facility that was originally designed as an Elementary School in the early 1900s. With a new facility the school is expected to grow to 300 students and approximately 30 teaching staff in a highly personalized, non-traditional project-based learning experience. RHS, with its partnership with P.I.C., will focus on authentic learning opportunities through 4 career pathways. The two facilities will share program elements in order to maximize efficiency of the overall project.
Designed in collaboration with Cuningham Group Architects.