Granite Hills H.S. Building Finished

Officials from Grossmont Union High School District (GUHSD) and Granite Hills High School this month celebrated the completion of Building 200.

The new, two-story building will add 21 classrooms and approximately 50,000 square-feet of learning space for Career Technical Education (CTE) classes, in addition to a new quad.

The building will serve medical science, culinary arts and digital arts students, and provide alternative learning space with two outdoor patios and a large courtyard.

The project team included project manager Gafcon, Inc., construction manager Erickson Hall Construction and architect Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke.