The Garfield Senior High School and Auditorium project included construction of a performing arts auditorium and three-story classroom building on the school's campus.
The auditorium is a multi-purpose performance and teaching space that includes a black box theater. Together, these spaces provide an environment appropriate for music, theater, and dance. The facility is the home of the Performing Arts Academy, which at the present time offers performance opportunities in choir, children’s theater, dinner theater, recital hall for concerts and musical theater. The facility also supports a technical theatre program and, on occasion, may host outside presenters as well.
A student quad with a memorial plaza dedicated to the late math teacher, Jaime Escalante, and four public art projects were also part of the project.
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