Completed October 2011
Enrollment has nearly doubled since the original athletic facilities were built. In addition, the number of sports in which students compete has increased to 18. A new structure has been built on the footprint of the original locker rooms to meet the needs of these students:
- Expanded locker rooms
- Increased training facilities
- New coaches’ offices
- Modern concession stands
- Upgraded restrooms
Original 1962 Wing Renovations
Completed August 2011
The original wing of classrooms, built in 1962, have been fully renovated. The rooms themselves have been resized, revamped and equipped with new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. The upstairs and downstairs hallways have also been opened up with the removal of carpeting and with natural night now coming in from new windows installed in the classrooms.
Completed October 2010
Our stadium is used year-round. Seven sports compete in the stadium while eleven additional sports use the facility for training and conditioning. Renovations provide a safe and comfortable environment for athletes and spectators:
- Improved access to spectator seating (meet ADA requirements)
- Redistribution of and increased spectator seating
- New concession stands, restrooms and press box
- Upgraded lighting and sound systems
Completed September 2010
The library was restructured to create an information commons that meets all student study needs. The traditional library area houses print works in a comfortable environment for reading while another area houses computer workstations and worktables for portable computing devices. Additional space accommodates group work and study.
New Classroom Wing
Completed September 2009
A wing was constructed on the northeast corner of campus that adds eleven classrooms. This space and the six classrooms created through the auditorium conversion allow improved course scheduling, as well as additions to the curriculum including four new science electives and two additional math classes. The new wing houses two rooms equipped with language learning laboratory equipment that improves foreign language proficiency as well as class-time utilization.
Completed September 2008
The auditorium was transformed into a multi-use Student Commons that provides meeting space for 300 people with audiovisual display capabilities. It also houses the Office of Student Affairs and the Office of Campus Ministry. In addition, the space yielded counseling offi ces for grade-level counseling and college counseling, enabling the creation of six classrooms in the space previously devoted to counseling offices.