Our Middle School & Administration building houses 11 seminar classrooms, 3 fully-equipped science labs, a lab prep room and administrative offices. The 22,750 square foot building’s signature feature is the Middle School Reading Room, which opens onto an outdoor courtyard where middle schoolers can gather to socialize and collaborate. Teacher workrooms overlook the reading room, promoting interaction among faculty and students. Adjacent to the science labs, an observation deck overlooks the courtyard and campus.
Our 32,500 square foot high school building was designed with simplicity, functionality and environmental sustainability in mind. Features of the building include 19 seminar-style classrooms, four chemistry, biology and physics laboratories, four teacher workrooms and two double-story reading rooms. A large outdoor town square provides space for student gatherings, dining and events.
Arts & Technology Center
The Arts & Technology Center is a crossroads for creativity and technology. Studios for theater, dance and 2D and 3D art, music practice rooms and exhibition galleries are joined by a Technology Design Center supporting digital technology such as film/audio production, graphic design and computer programming, as well as a Design & Fabrication Studio for large-scale robotics work and theater set construction. An additional upper school science laboratory and two new mathematics classrooms also reside in the 23,000 square foot building. The centerpiece of the Arts & Technology Center is Community Hall, a campus hub which provides an attractive place for grade-level presentations and community-wide events.
With over 35,250 square feet of space, our athletic facility is one of the largest high school athletic centers in San Diego, and accommodates not only athletic contests and sports training, but also school assemblies, informal meetings and special events. The school's synthetic turf athletic field hosts competitive play in soccer, lacrosse and flag football, as well as cross-training and physical education.
The Pacific Ridge learning commons includes a traditional, archival library that features print books and student projects, but also acts as an open forum where students can engage in advanced on-line research and receive one-on-one guidance from our school librarian.