The proposed project would modernize JW North High School, including the limited demolition of existing asphalt, the removal of some existing portable structures, the renovation of other existing structures, and the construction of one new two-story classroom building, one new gymnasium, and outdoor facilities. A total of eight existing portables would be removed and a new 2-story science building would be developed to replace the portables. The new science building would have 8 classrooms, restrooms, preparation and storage rooms, and support spaced, which would total 14,575 square feet. The plans include an outdoor learning area, space for planting beds, and a new mini amphitheater. A new campus entry canopy structure will be provided along 3rd Street. A new gymnasium would be constructed north of the parking lot along Linden Street, east of the existing gymnasium, south of the kitchen, west of the weight and wrestling room, and will replace the existing hardtop basketball courts. The new gymnasium will be competition size at 12,000 square feet with a 900-seat capacity with an additional 5,419 square feet of support spaces. In addition to the construction of the new classroom building and gymnasium, the project includes upgrades to the HVAC and lighting in seven existing buildings within the campus as part of the proposed project. New landscaping and irrigation would be provided around the two new buildings. Improvements to shade structures, seating, and gathering areas near the existing library would be provided. Sitewide utilities upgrades and ADA compliance would be provided.