The new school is a flagship project in Building a Better Richmond capital improvement plan, and is the first high school built in the city in 48 years. As a STEM-focused school, Huguenot High School offers students modern technology, open learning spaces, two floors of classrooms, and a 2,400-square-foot vegetated roof for coursework. The school is also home to the Huguenot High School Community Center, which offers personal wellness and health services.
Richmond Public Schools partnered withArchitects to create the new school designed to accommodate 1,400 students. The city was eager to work with the team to minimize the facility’s environmental impact while saving resources and operational costs. The result is a working and learning environment that inspires students and staff alike.