The new Community High School in Nevada, Texas, consists of three east-west-oriented wings: a two-story academic wing, a fine arts and food service wing, and an athletic wing. The three wings are connected by a “main street” corridor through the center. The building orientation plays an important role in energy efficiency, reducing utility costs. Outdoor spaces between wings are secure learning areas for students and faculty.
Read more about the project and view a photo gallery of Community High School at SchoolDesigns.com.