San Francisco Unified school district
San Francisco, California
Raoul Wallenberg High School was originally built in 1953 as Fremont Elementary School. It has been operating as a high school site since 1987. In 2008 SFUSD retained DLM Architects to plans for various facilities improvements. The proposed plans include the following highlights:
- A new Main Entry Lobby design that compliments the original architecture while providing enhanced accessibility between the lower and upper levels.
- An approximately 7,600 square foot new facility that provides a new Library/Media Center, classrooms, restrooms and a Wellness Center serving the health needs of the student population.
- A new open air structure adjacent the fully renovated cafeteria / student center that provides additional covered eating area and provides opportunities for outdoor special events such as student activities and graduation.
- Enhances the sense of community amongst the campus population.
- Updated data technology services to enhance the learning experience.
- Improved accessibility for disabled individuals.
- New Interior finishes and color palettes to provide a more stimulating campus environment.
- Complete science lab renovation.
- Fully renovated toilet rooms.
- A partially renovated theater.