Natrona County Public School’s Pathways Innovation Center and Roosevelt High School in Casper, Wyoming, are transforming the traditional high school learning experience. Designed by Cuningham Group Architecture in partnership with MOA Architecture, the facility’s design and programming came out of a comprehensive community engagement process. The project has received many awards, most recently the Project of Distinction by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).
While the two schools share one building, they both strive to engage students and provide innovative, personalized learning opportunities that will prepare them for success beyond high school – whether it’s moving on to college or high-skilled trade careers.
We invite you to step inside, meet some incredible students, and learn how this Next Century school is revolutionizing educational programming and changing their lives.