Students, Staff Starting to see Progress on Rangeview Addition

Students and staff at Rangeview High School are noticing some new additions to their building as contractors start to make progress on bond-funded construction inside and outside the school. The project began over winter break and includes a six-classroom addition and two-classroom remodel.

On the east wing of the building’s exterior, contractors are completing demolition of the existing stairwell in preparation of the school’s six-classroom addition. In a few weeks, workers will begin pouring the foundation for the addition and begin steel work.

Inside the school, students and staff are already utilizing one newly remodeled classroom. The new space was once part of the school commons area and now has been converted to a classroom.

These improvements will allow the school to not only increase its capacity, but will also benefit many academic programs including journalism and broadcast media, visual and performing arts, special education, STEM and physical education and athletics.

Work will be ongoing throughout the spring semester and will be complete in summer 2018.

To follow Rangeview’s construction progress and learn more about bond-funded projects at APS, visit


Rangeview Commons Before Classroom Remodel
Rangeview Commons After Classroom Remodel