Midland Valley High School
Current enrollment at Midland Valley High School is around 1,345. Due to exponential growth in the Horse Creek Valley Area, the community's high school is currently at 105% capacity and has a number of portable classrooms and "floating" teachers (these teachers do not have a dedicated classroom and carry their materials in backpacks, utilizing other teachers' classrooms when unoccupied).
Construction of the needed additional space at Midland Valley High School is projected at a cost of $23 million, and will provide for the addition of 24 classrooms, an auxiliary gym, dining, parking, and enhanced security.
To view the design development presentation from March 2019, please CLICK HERE.
Midland Valley High School Construction Photo Gallery
MVHS Construction Drone Photos (12/04/19)
Architect & Contractor Info
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith
Contractor: H.G. Reynolds
Delivery Method: Renovation & New Construction
Design Phases and Decisions made with School Stakeholders’ Involvement.
School Board and Office of School Facilities Approval of Each Phase.
Continual Building and Renovation began in fall 2019.
Projected Cost: $23 million.