After many years of anticipation, renovation at Paradise High School is finally complete. The District was excited to pass their $61 million Measure Y Bond in November of 2018, when just two days later the Camp Fire halted their school improvement plans. Studio W Architects spent 18 months working alongside the District to assist with insurance claims and refresh their master plan based on post-fire conditions and current enrollment trends.
Among the focus of the rebuild was to position Paradise High School as a magnet school for the region. Projects included a new multi-story classroom and administration wing, a new performing and visual arts center, learning resource building and science lab remodel, gymnasium remodel, reconstruction of the athletic stadium and practice fields, food service modernization, e-learning lab modernization, wrestling building reconstruction and overall health, code, safety and infrastructure updates at the campus, including painting, fencing and site security. The campus also has several non-permanent buildings that were replaced with permanent 21st Century and STEAM facilities.