Officials will hold a ribbon-cutting dedication ceremony later this month to commemorate the opening of the new Hall High School in Spring Valley, Ill.
The $32 million, 134,000-square-foot campus opened in September. replaces a 100-year-old facility, the Illinois Real Estate Journal reports. Hall High is a three-story school with a main academic building, athletic complex and performing arts center.
The new academic center includes science, technology, engineering and math classrooms, along with a learning resource center and administrative offices. The athletic complex consists of two gymnasiums, a weight training and fitness room, locker rooms, and a concession area.
The performing arts center has a stage with a high-end sound and recording system, art and food labs, kiln room, as well as a set design area and cafeteria with a kitchen. Sustainable design features include permeable pavers, bioswales for storm water management, daylight harvesting and occupancy sensors.