[Zerr Berg Architects]
Story by Tracy Nicholson
Photography by Dan Francis Photography
Renderings provided by Zerr Berg Architects
What was once a school in disrepair, is now one of the newest and largest K-12, single buildings in the state. With over 1,000 students, educators, administrators and staff - all under one roof, their new school is setting a new standard in education. Starting with a patchwork of eight older buildings dating back to 1949, Zerr Berg Architects of Fargo spent roughly three years stitching together past and present, to create a spectacular, unified space focused on elevating the student experience. See inside the $30 million dollar renovation and addition that's built to inspire the next generation.
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