Renovated high school is dedicated in Harrisburg, Pa.

Oct. 4, 2007
Original building dates to 1926.

Officials in Harrisburg, Pa., have dedicated a newly restored, renovated and expanded John Harris Campus of Harrisburg High School. The renovation includes the original building, dedicated in 1926, and new construction. The campus now features 298,000 square feet of space, including 44 classrooms, 8 special-education rooms, 11 science labs and a 4,273-square-foot library. The project was able to preserve many of the architectural details of the original building. The architect is Hayes Large Architects.

To read The Harrisburg Patriot-News article, click here.

Sponsored Recommendations

How to design flexible learning spaces that teachers love and use

Unlock the potential of flexible learning spaces with expert guidance from school districts and educational furniture providers. Discover how to seamlessly integrate adaptive ...

Blurring the Lines in Education Design: K–12 to Higher Ed to Corporate America

Discover the seamless integration of educational and corporate design principles, shaping tomorrow's leaders from kindergarten to boardroom. Explore innovative classroom layouts...

Room to Learn: Furniture Solutions for Education

Preparing students for the future. Utilizing our experience in the education market, we offer a dynamic selection of products that pair technology with furniture to help stimulate...

Transforming Education: A Case Study in Progressive Classroom Design

Discover how Workspace Interiors and the Baldwin School District reshaped learning environments in Long Island, New York, creating pedagogically responsive spaces that foster ...