The design for Boerne Greyhound High School brings the outdated 1980s campus into the 21st century, providing students and staff with inspiring places to teach and learn. The 48,000 square feet of upgrades and 82,000 square feet of new additions link existing buildings, creating connections that unify the once separate structures. The entire campus is also visually connected with the use of local, natural stone on both old and new buildings. A new library, cafeteria, classroom wing, music and drama rooms—coupled with upgrades to the rest of the campus, including athletic fields—brought new life to a school rich in tradition. With their improved campus, students have an inspiring learning environment that will grow with the future needs of Boerne Independent School District.

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  • Boerne, TX

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