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Oceanside High School

Performing Arts Center

In late December 2015, construction began on the 29,000-square-foot new performing arts center that consists of a 502-seat performance theater; a 120-seat black box theater; a detached ticket office; two classrooms for drama and scene shop; and accessory office, labs, studios, and storage areas. The following status report provides a current review of the project progress.

Previous Updates:

photo of Performing Arts Center under construction

Performing Arts Center construction as of 8/11/16

OHS Parking

Construction at OHS has impacted parking on the campus and parking on campus will continue to be impacted after construction is complete, with a net loss of 178 parking spaces.  As part of its CEQA process for the project, the district commissioned a Traffic Impact Analysis that includes a parking study beginning on page 44.