The Tamalpais (Calif.) district plans to renovate two of its high school campuses.
The school board board has hired an architect to design major upgrades at Redwood High School in Larkspur and Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, reports The Marin Independent Journal.
The proposed project at Tamalpais High School calls for razing four buildings in the rear of the campus that house math, auto shop, music and photography classes. The buildings, nearly a century old, would be replaced with a three-story math and science building.
At Redwood, plans call for renovating the cafeteria area into a large conference area and gathering space for students.
A new cafeteria is planned at the site of the art and music building.
Each project is estimated to cost about $42 million. A bond measure to pay for the upgrades could go before voters in March 2024 or November 2024.
Quattrocchi Kwok Architects is the architect.