HMC, the architect firm hired by the Oxnard Union High School District School Board, gave a presentation at last night’s board meeting that outlines the plans for the new Camarillo high school. The plans which are seemingly very technical, offer a unique look at will eventually be Camarillo’s new academy high school. The presentation offers a look at a phase one build for roughly 700 students, and a full build suited to accommadate close to 2,250 students.
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