The future design of Cajon High School recently won an award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Los Angeles chapter! The award recognizes design excellence and professional development in southern California. This is the first time a building in the Inland Empire was nominated for and won the award.
The social life of education sets a dynamic agenda for Cajon High School. Interior and exterior campus experiences are connected through a new unifying roof that defines a new core of the campus. Oval pods create space for classrooms and the library is shaped to encourage equitable access and participation. “Cowboy Canyon” houses educational space, breakout space, science fairs, group presentations, mobile clinics, yoga, and robotics competitions.