Worthing High School will receive a new facility that will incorporate the new Phase 1 two-story classroom wing for a campus accommodating 1,100 to 1,300 students.
The wing will be completed this spring, followed by the demolition of the old facility, and construction of the Phase 2 portion. The $30 million project will feature four flexible learning centers, three CTE classrooms, and new spaces for administration, student guidance, athletics, and dining. Design plans also include abundant natural light throughout and outdoor courtyards, which can be used as learning spaces.
Phase 2 construction will commence after abatement and demolition is complete in the first quarter of 2017. Students will remain on campus, in the new Phase 1 wing during construction.