The final stage of the 7 year Indio High School renovation project is underway. Soon the campus will feature new baseball and softball fields in addition to the already impressive list of new facilities. Construction on the redesigned campus began in 2011, and students have been attending classes in its state-of-the-art lecture halls since 2015.
The new campus boasts 300,000 square feet of newly constructed buildings and facilities. The $100 million budget, funded by measure K, has been well spent: new lecture halls look more like college classrooms, and student resources now include a career center, science labs, an orchestra pit, and rooms dedicated to extracurriculars like student government.
Phase three, which began in early 2017, involves the construction of new baseball and softball fields, adding even more opportunities for student engagement. The construction project is slated to be finished in early 2018, bringing with it the close of all projects funded by measure K.