The overall project includes eight buildings totalling 93,250 s.f. located on an existing seven-acre parcel in Santa Ana, CA and was built in multiple phases. The Charter High School accommodates 480 students in a project-based learning STEM curriculum, with on-site living units for up to 80 students. Phase I was an interim campus plan which included 11 classroom and administrative modular units along with all of the campus infrastructure. The campus admitted their inaugural freshmen class in August 2013. Phase II includes a steel frame, three-story, 30,000 s.f. classroom building and an interim campus classroom complex that houses 120 students and was completed for the 2015 school year.
“I want to let everyone know how grateful we are for all of the hard work you put in to get ready for school. What an amazing effort by everyone. You are all heroes.”