This 80-million dollar, 416,000-square-foot project accommodates an enriching program of study for more than 1,800 students, grades 9 through 12. The expansive facility includes a 230,000 square foot two-story academic building, a 120,000s square foot activity building, and a full athletic complex. The academic area encompasses a vocational and technology wing housing the York School District’s 16 occupational programs including pre-engineering, construction technology, masonry, culinary arts, masonry, cosmetology, and computer technology.
“Wow! What can I say! The Edifice team that constructed York Comprehensive High School and Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center has been nothing less than stellar… The dedication and commitment given to our project by your employees were second to none. The pride they displayed in their work and the expectations they presented and expected during the duration of the project was exceptional.”Matt Brown, Assistant Superintendent for Operations and Administrative Services
York School District One