With Bainbridge high schoolers having returned to campus, they are now utilizing new and updated buildings that aim to enhance educational opportunities for technology and arts.
The long-anticipated unveiling of the new 100 Building and renovated commons of the 200 Building at Bainbridge High has finally arrived. Both buildings have been utilized in some capacity since the return of students on March 1.
The $40 million project is being paid for by a bond measure passed in 2016 and in part by a capital levy approved by voters in 2019.
The 100 Building is designed for Career Technical Education and Arts and includes common spaces for educational activities besides eating. The old commons space was in the 200 Building, which was transformed into a theater. The new commons is at the heart of the campus and adjacent to the administrative offices in the 200 Building, said Tamela Van…