The new two-story, 209,000 SF high school opened for first classes in fall 2020. The school is designed with wings off a central commons for the various education departments. Modern instructional spaces with collaboration areas between classrooms inspire learning while creating versatile, flexible teaching environments.
In 2018, Wisconsin Dells area residents approved the referendum for a new campus to relieve overcrowding at the existing high school. Additionally, the school district was the recipient of generous donation of an 80-acre land parcel for the new educational campus from a local family. The former high school building was repurposed as a middle school.
This project is an architectural partnership between Architectural Design Consultants, Inc. (ADCI) and Plunkett Raysich Architects (PRA).