San Luis Obispo High School


As it stands now, the San Luis Obispo High School campus features a wide range of architectural styles that reflect several decades of design philosophies. In its original conception, the campus was built in the traditional Spanish-Mediterranean architecture that meshed seamlessly with the beautiful scenery and history of the Central Coast. The design philosophy for the school’s Measure D projects calls for a return to this classic style while it also creates interior learning environments that are modern, functional and flexible.


  • Renovate classrooms campus-wide
  • Renovate restrooms campus-wide
  • Library renovation
  • New student union
  • Cafeteria and kitchen expansion
  • STEAM (industrial arts) complex renovation
  • 400 (Robotics Lab) and 500 wing remodel
  • New student support center
  • Pool and support building
  • MPR/performance space
  • Old gym remodel
  • Renovate plaza / quad area
  • Stadium and track renovation
  • Refurbish/expand tennis courts