Oakleaf High School
The 285,490 square feet, 1,600 student station school was constructed using concrete tilt wall with inlay brick to provide an accent, and a standing seam metal roof over pre-engineered metal trusses. The main school house is 3-stories and includes classrooms, administration, and media center. Two 1-story bump-outs flank the building, which include a cafetorium / music building and gymnasium.
The campus includes a full-service high school athletic complex (football stadium, baseball and softball stadiums, tennis courts, and a track. Among the standard classrooms are several specialized rooms featuring fully equipped science labs, and one with driving simulators. A vocational-tech lab, which doubles as a hangar, was constructed for the aeronautics magnet program, where they work on aircraft from nearby Cecil Field.