Cuningham Group and MOA Architecture celebrated the Pathways Innovation Center Building Dedication yesterday with staff, students, and community members. The celebrations included a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours of the new facility.
Since opening in September 2016, The Pathways Innovation Center (PIC) offers a new program for high school juniors and seniors where they spend half of their days immersed in their passions to gain similar experiences of working in the professional world. The design of the new center provides space for the advanced technology that is necessary to “prepare children for success in a world we cannot yet imagine.”
Situated on a 38-acre campus, it serves approximately 720 full-time high school students and is also home to the Roosevelt High School. The Roosevelt High School and Pathways Innovation Center share learning environments that encourage creativity, engaging activities, and insightful dialogue.
Natrona County Schools will celebrate the Roosevelt High School Building Dedication on October 24.