OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL > K-12 EDUCATION
Architect — Moseley Architects
PROJECT DELIVERY —
The Davidson County School System expanded its footprint with this new high school facility. This addition is designed to foster a conducive learning environment, featuring two classroom wings that are perpendicular to the main corridor. Each wing spans across two floors housing state-of-the-art learning labs and versatile classroom spaces. The main corridor is home to a media center and science classrooms, cultivating an atmosphere of knowledge and discovery.
This facility is not just about academics; it also shines in providing practical learning and recreational spaces. It houses an Agri-science building with an adjacent greenhouse and a welding lab, promoting hands-on learning experiences. An auxiliary gymnasium and a large auditorium capable of hosting 550 persons further enhance the facility’s appeal.
Outdoor facilities include fields for football, baseball, soccer, and softball, along with tennis courts. Each sporting area is complemented by concession areas, making it a holistic space for both education and recreation.
The Davidson County School System’s commitment to providing comprehensive educational services is evident in the design and offerings of this new facility, a testament to their dedication towards shaping future generations.