Cuba Independent School District
Cuba High School
Originally built in 1957, the Cuba High School building as well as the Vo-Tech building were renovated and expanded to create a fresh and efficient school for the community. A bold, contemporary entrance defines the updated school and with its new kitchen and science labs addition; new HVAC and electrical systems; new roofing, and replacing interior finishes, doors and windows. The renovated Vo-Tech building now features a business lab, computer lab and automotive shop, complete with two welding stations. Consideration for the younger ninth grade students is reflected in a separate classroom wing, and careful planning was put into the classroom features for special education. The goal of bringing daylight to the interior was accomplished with larger windows and translucent panels added to the Multi-Purpose Room and throughout the building. Prior to renovation, the parking lot was unorganized and did not function to meet safety requirements. New site work created a separate bus loop, parent drop-off and student parking areas, alleviating morning congestion. The project also includes structural repairs, a new roof, and restroom renovations to the Gymnasium facility on campus as well as completion of a fire protection loop and adequate water conditioning to reduce the corrosive effects on plumbing system serving the entire district.