May 28, 2020
AirVantage Case Study: Temecula High School
Opened in 1985 and in need of improvements to keep up with the growing attendance, Temecula Valley High School's improvements included an 8,300 square foot culinary arts building that includes a full teaching kitchen, prep stations baking areas, a chef's cook area and a Captain’s Room.
Located in Temecula, CA, Temecula Valley HS opened in 1985. In its first year the school's attendance consisted of 350 students and 17 teachers and currently attendance has increased to over 3,000 students. As the school has grown, so has the need for improvements. In August 2007 a new multi-million dollar gym, in May 2013 a multi-million dollar performing arts center and in June 2015 a new two-story science classroom building and adjacent culinary arts building. The culinary arts building is an 8,300 SF facility that includes: a full teaching kitchen, prep stations baking areas, a chef's cook area and a Captain’s Room. The new buildings added a much needed expansion to the High School campus and created a quad and enhanced curriculum connections.