Bridgewater-Raritan High SchoolThe Bridgewater-Raritan High School District had a sprawling, largely inefficient campus-style school layout, requiring a design solution that would make the high school functional and educationally sound for the District’s 2,000 students.
SSP’s Long Range Facility Plan identified the need for additional classroom space, which was realized via the development of the High School’s new “1000 Building,” a 20,000 s.f. classroom facility completed in 2002. Additional improvements were undertaken throughout the campus, including the development of a loop road that encircles and connects the entire High School campus both physically and aesthetically, and a 10,000 s.f. gymnasium addition that allows the entire Bridgewater-Raritan High School student body to meet in one place. The gymnasium is now one of the largest in a New Jersey public school and was ranked the “Best Gym in New Jersey” by The Courier-News.