|Location||•||El Cajon, California|
|Owner||•||Grossmont Union High School District|
|Architect||•||Ruhnau Clarke Architects|
|Size||•||12,000 sq. ft.|
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The new Student Support Center at Granite Hills High School incorporates a career and guidance center along with full administrative services. The building serves as the new “front door” to the school campus. Due to the site being located in a 100-year flood plain, the building was required to be elevated almost 4 feet above the surrounding finished surfaces. This required the building to be surrounded by retaining walls that included many stairs and ramps to gain access to the building.