K-12 Education: Comprehensive High Schools / Technical High Schools

Salem High School and Career and Technical Education Center

Addition and Renovation

Lavallee Brensinger Architects was selected by the Salem School Board to rejuvenate their existing high school and regional technical center. In the 50-year-old facility, mechanical systems have long outlived their useful life and the building does not meet current educational standards. The new comprehensive high school will better accommodate the 1,200 student population by providing state-of-the-art educational space for all programs.

The new design supports the future needs of all students, whether they choose to attend a four-year university or join the workforce. Career Technical Programs are offered to all interested Salem students, as well as students from surrounding communities.

A significant aspect of the existing high school is their extracurricular opportunities. The new design supports these activities including: Art and Music, AFJROTC, Journalism, Drama, Health occupations, Debate, and Athletics.

Other projects for Salem High School and Career and Technical Education Center: