Waters's modernist phase is fully revealed at this high school. The school's new, separate brick classroom addition and lamella arch-roofed gymnasium are connected by walk-ways. The Weslaco design is similar to other Caudill Rowlett Scott designs in its extended campus plan with freestanding one-story wings, exterior circulation, flat roofs, and activity courtyards. The Waters/Simpson structures contrast with the sedate, tightly massed, classically detailed 1920s school buildings on the same campus.
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Weslaco High School
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