The city of Dover selected HMFH Architects to conduct a feasibility study evaluating whether the current Dover High School and the Regional Career Technical Center should be rebuilt or renovated. The existing campus, which totals 220,000 s/f, houses both schools and serves a combined 1,700 students. Work on the study is underway by HMFH.Tags:
"As the educational needs of 21st Century high school students continue to shift and evolve, the opportunity to link creative, hands-on educational experiences with preparation for success in science and technology professions is becoming more and more clear," said Laura Wernick FAIA, a senior principal of HMFH Architects and project director for the study. "We are excited to be working with the Dover educational community to explore new ways to integrate hands-on learning within the school system's exceptional academic programs."