This rendering shows the early stages of what will likely be a years-long renovation of the Mountain View High School campus. Courtesy of SPS+ Architects.
By Paul Maryniak | East Valley Tribune
The $35-million renovation of Mountain View High School is set to begin this spring and by the time it’s done, more than 3,500 students and staff may feel like they’re on a brand-new campus.
“We are touching all of Mountain View High School,” Architect Neil Pieratt of SPS+ Architects last week told the Mesa Public Schools Governing Board as he gave an overview of the multi-phased project funded by the $300-million bond issue voters approved in 2018.
From a new performing arts addition to possibly a new gymnasium, the entire project on the 45-year-old campus not only will add new amenities and more efficiently organize space for various administrative and academic functions but also will have numerous accents reinforcing the Toros brand, he said.