Guilford County Schools
The Ragsdale High School addition and renovation project provided much needed repairs and additional square footage to the 50-year-old high school. After Jamestown Middle School, which shared the same campus, was re-located to a new site, the high school expanded into the old middle school building. This project saw the complete renovation of the existing middle school and high school buildings, as well as the construction of a new link building containing offices and a media center. The school is now one contiguous, modernized facility. Part of the old high school building was torn down and reconstructed as an autism wing. The project eased overcrowding issues and allowed for the removal of several classroom trailers and temporary buildings.