Tri-City United High School

ATSR conducted a district-wide master plan study with involvement from a 50-member community task force. Design options considered enrollment projections, building capacity, and deferred maintenance. The school board accepted the task force recommendation, which resulted in the passage of a $22.1 million (two-question) bond referendum that includes building improvements at four schools.

Improvements included

  • additional classrooms
  • renovation
  • secure entries
  • mechanical system upgrades
  • ag/tech shop
  • a science lab
  • a 700-seat new auditorium
  • fine arts center
  • added locker rooms


Tri-City United Schools




ATSR worked with Tri-City United to assist them in passing a $22.1 million bond referendum. In this video you’ll hear from students and staff about their experience working with ATSR and their thoughts on the final project results!