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Chiles High School

Chiles High School
JRA Architects was the firm selected to design a new high school for the Leon County School Board. The campus is situated on a 77-acre tract and consists of seven buildings in a "Collegiate Gothic" style of architecture. The two classroom buildings, administration, media center, technology building and food service are all connected by covered walkways. The schools technology building has two art studios, kiln room, multimedia production room, TV studio, computer lab and special classroom for teaching, drafting and computer aided design. JRA was again hired by the Leon County School Board in 2002 to design a new 30,000 classroom addition.

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