High School-Senior Hall
High School students, grades 10-12, attend academic and career/technical classes in Senior Hall which opened in August 2000. The building includes the 11 Career/Technical Education areas: Administrative & Information Management, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Automotive Technologies, Business/Financial Management & Accounting, Computer Technology, Construction/Carpentry, Culinary Arts/Restaurant Management Services, Electronic Media & Journalism, Engineering & Design, Graphic Communication Technology, and Health Science. The building is structured for academic classes to support the appropriate career/technical areas to which they are aligned. In addition to classrooms, career/technical areas, a learning resource/forum area, conference rooms, and scholastic administrative offices, Senior Hall also houses the Senior Division Home Life administrative offices. The 109-foot clock tower marks the southeast corner. The statue, The Diver, located at the entrance of the building, was transported from the lobby of the former Senior Hall on Pat's Hill.