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La Joya High School

  • La Joya High School

La Joya ISD is considered to be one of the fast growing school districts in Texas; the new 340,000-SF high school campus is part of a bond program aimed to reduce classroom overcrowding.

Constructing the project

La Joya ISD is considered to be one of the fast growing school districts in Texas; the new 340,000-SF high school campus is part of a bond program aimed to reduce classroom overcrowding.

La Joya high school includes four new buildings and a central plant. The main building is a two-story masonry and steel structure designed for administrative offices, science labs, classrooms and the library. The remaining three buildings are one-story and will include space for a cafetorium, theatrical department, band/orchestra, choir, mariachi practice studio, art and vocational departments, gymnasiums and athletic training facilities.

Facts

Service: Construction
Mark segment: Schools
Start date: 2007
Completion date: 2009
Clients: La Joya Independent School District
Country: United States
City: La Joya
Project status: Completed