Architectural drawings of projects
15,000 square foot addition with main entrance
at Goshen High School
15,000 square foot addition at the front of Goshen High
School will have four new classrooms, centralized administration, guidance and
support staff offices, a new, secure main entrance with security guard office
and control vestibule, and a vault for Regents Exams.
New bus loop and parking lot at Goshen High
A new bus drop-off lane
with a new parking lot for approximately 200 cars
will be located close to the high school's main entrance and
athletic fields. The new design will separate
student pickup and drop-off areas from the bus drop-off area.
Multi-use turf field with 8 lane track
The project includes a new multi-use artificial turf athletic field with
an 8-lane track and lighting (to replace existing track and football
field). Additionally, 1,500 seat bleachers will be constructed over a
new field house that provides space for a concession stand, team locker
rooms, training room, storage rooms and bathrooms.
Kitchen and cafeteria renovations at Goshen High
The the kitchen and serving line
will be relocated so they are to the side of the cafeteria
instead of in the center. The kitchen will be housed in a 464 square
foot addition with an improved, adjacent serving line.
This relocation will improve the efficiency of the serving line
as well as the cafeteria’s overall layout by creating one large space
versus two separate spaces. The cafeteria will also become enclosed so
it’s separated from crowded hallways.
STEAM Lab & Suite and Music Department upgrades
The high school’s industrial and
visual arts program will be converted into a new STEAM lab and suite that
will be devoted
to applied arts and technology.
The STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) lab
and suite will include space for hands-on learning in areas such as
advanced manufacturing, robotics, electronics, computer science, graphic
design, applied math, 2-D and 3-D art, and computer-aided design.
The Music Department's existing instructional
space will be renovated and expanded. Upgrades
include a renovated choral room
and orchestra/band room, new
small group instruction music classroom,
three dedicated practice rooms, two
storage rooms and a new office
The auditorium will be completely
overhauled with new seating, lighting and acoustics. New
upholstered auditorium seating will be installed to replace the original
seating that is almost 40 years old. An orchestra pit will be
constructed with a stage filler to extend the thrust of the stage and
provide a larger variety of options for performances.