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Wisconsin Dells High School

Project Background

Built in 2020, Wisconsin Dells High School holds at least 550 students with around 209,000 square footage of space. Wisconsin Dells High School outgrew its building and wanted to move to a different location. Their goal was to modernize their learning spaces and create flexible classrooms for community groups, collaborative spaces, and state-of-the-art training courses. These classes include science, engineering, and math. In addition, expanding space was needed for modern learning environments such as family and consumer education with a kitchen facility, business, and technology.

This high school used our Build and Hold Program. During our non-peak season, we built classroom furniture and workstations. The furniture was stored at our warehouse and shipped in the summer of 2020.



Classrooms Include

  • General classrooms
  • Agriculture room
  • Art room
  • Fab lab


Products Include

  • UNE-T Ocho Desks
  • Universal Appleton Teacher’s Desks
  • Elevate (pneumatic) Plymouth Desk
  • Tomah Workstation
  • Clay Tables
  • 4-Legged Square Cube Stools