Rowland Unified School District is proud of its Nogales High School Revitalization Project. The community was invited to celebrate the modernization at the Grand Opening and Community Tour Day on September 28, 2016. The $34.7 million dollar modernization project of Nogales High School was funded by both Measure R 2006 and 2012 and includes four new state-of-the-art buildings:
- A two story classroom building with 16 classrooms including four that can be configured as a “Super Classroom” allowing for much larger meeting space
- A two story administrative building features offices on the first floor and eight classrooms on the second floor
- An 11,500 square foot multipurpose building providing an indoor/outdoor stage area for student activities and a new ASB office.
- A new 4,700 square foot food services building with covered dining for students, new kitchen and serving stations and staff lounge.
- New landscaping is throughout the campus including a beautiful campus quad with new seating areas for students, and the outside of the campus features a new student drop-off zone.
“Thanks to the support from our community through the passing of Measure R, Nogales High School is a college-like campus with state of the art educational facilities and a supportive, academic-driven environment,” said Angelena Pride, Rowland Unified School District Board of Education.