The high school's single-story runs of brick classrooms enclose a south-facing courtyard on three sides in the manner of an early Spanish fortification. Connecting interior hallways look onto the courtyard through large, full-height windows. Within the courtyard, the gymnasium is located in a bermed building covered in a shallow hyperbolic paraboloid, with window bands filling the remaining walls.
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Rocky Ford High School
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