We will be enforcing COVID protocols during the tour. Details.
This year’s tour features one of the newest buildings at Fresno High School. The Career and Technical Education building opened just over a year ago. It reimagines CTE at Fresno High from its former location in a decommissioned auto shop built in l951.
The two-story building covers almost 23,000 square feet. Construction cost approximately $8 million and was funded by Measure X, a $225 million bond passed by votes in 2016, as well as a state CTE facilities grant. The building features space for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) program, construction shops and yards and a presentation center—home of the career center. It is also the home of the school’s production program, Warrior Entertainment, a video production career pathway featuring a recording studio, sound studio and stage.
For the tour, the Fresno High band will be performing in the presentation center from 5:30-8:00. Fresno High students serving as student ambassadors will be giving guided tours of the latest technology being taught in the building.