The New R.B. Stall High School is a 241,000 square foot new construction to house 1,200 students on a 51.5 acre campus. In the scope was a cafeteria with outdoor seating, an auditorium, two gymnasiums (auxiliary and regular), a centralized two story media center, fine arts areas with band and chorus rooms, administration area, trophy cases and six career technology classrooms including an aeronautics-based lab as well as a sophisticated healthcare lab for cardio monitoring, learning patient movement, and operatory. The campus also includes a 4A baseball facility with dedicated entrance, soccer, softball and football fields, courtyards, landscaping, and security lighting.
Flexible and economical design features include: a multipurpose auditorium with retractable seating that allows the room to be used for various events, an ice storage system and automatic light sensors to reduce energy costs.
*Emma Souder, President of Red Iron Architects served as Project Architect while with another firm.