two-story facility is approximately 48,000 sq. ft.
and houses 14 classrooms. The design features
biology, chemistry, and physics labs; earth science
and physical science classrooms, as well as
restrooms, storage and prep rooms. The project broke
ground in April of 2010 and the building opened its
doors to students this fall.
“We are very
excited to enhance state-of-the-art science
education at Tustin High,” Principal Jonathan
The science center was
designed by NTD Architecture and built by Balfour
Beatty Construction. It is located toward the
northwest corner of the campus adjacent to the
tennis courts and Northrup Stadium.
total cost of the project was approximately $12
million, which was funded through the Measure G
campus modernization program. Measure G was passed
in 2002 by the voters to repair and renovate the 20
oldest schools in the Tustin school district.
For more information, call Tustin High at (714)
730-7422 or the TUSD Communications Office at (714)