On Wednesday, July 31st, West Point High School officially welcomed it’s first ever students! 1,200 Freshmen and Sophomores were able to watch the ribbon cutting, hear from District members, their Principal, and help launch confetti to celebrate!
As the 7th school in the District, West Point High was built to relieve overcrowding in the Tolleson Union High School District. The school offers top of the line security within its design for student safety as well multiple innovative designs. The campus features flexible spaces throughout where teachers and students can learn however they choose! The design pays homage to Luke Air Force Base with an aviation wing design prominent throughout campus. The main focal point is the two-story innovation center which houses a mobile library, classrooms, and multiple flexible learning spaces.
The 310,000 SF High School campus will be a beacon for students in the Tolleson Union High School District! Spanning a sixty-nine acre site, this state-of-the-art campus is the leading innovation for future designs throughout the District. This over 300,000 SF energy efficient facility is designed to hold a capacity of 3,000 students.
West Point High School is complete with interior courtyards containing shade structures and multiple seating locations for students, site parking with 900+ spaces, a football stadium complete with artificial turf, grandstands for 3,500 fans, a running track, baseball and softball fields, and extensive offsite improvements. This project is being built in multiple phases to allow freshman and sophomore classes to occupy the campus for 2019. The remainder of the campus, including the performing arts center, will be completed May 2020.