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Schools K-12


Bay Haven Charter Academy,

 Bay Haven Charter Academy
In 2003, JRA Architects was selected by the Bay Haven Charter Schools first permanent facility. Located on a tight 14 acre site, the 85,000 sf facility consists of six buildings, elementary play field and full middle school P.E. and athletic fields. The ...
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Bond Elementary School,

Bond Elementary School
In 2003, JRA was commissioned to replace the historic Bond Community School with a new structure on the existing site. The new 100,000 square foot facility opened for new students for the 2006 school year. The $17 million campus is home to over 800 stude...
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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, admi...
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J.R. Arnold High School, Florida

J.R. Arnold High School
JRA was the architect for J.R. Arnold High School, Bay Countys newest high school in Panama City Beach. JRA was commissioned for this $34 million effort in the Spring of 1998 and the facility opened in August 2000. It has a total of 330,000 square feet c...
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Northside High School ,

Northside High School
JRA prepared the programming, schematic design, construction documents and specifications for Northside High School. Total space is 175,000 square feet with two story classroom wings, cafeteria, gym, media center and multi-purpose spaces in the central bu...
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Oakleaf School,

Oakleaf School
Hired by the Board in 2004, JRA was commissioned to design the new Oakleaf School for Clay County Schools. The school opened as a K-8 in August of 2006 and is to be converted to a 7-8 middle school after completion of a nearby elementary school. As part ...
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