Wichita Falls Independent School District (WFISD) serves the North Texas community of Wichita Falls and operates 29 campuses, including three high schools. High school students from across the district are also served by the new, $28 million Career Education Center (CEC). It offers 26 different career pathways – from healthcare to welding – leading students to post-secondary training.
The new CEC features industrial spaces with high-ceiling laboratories and workspaces, and a wing that is home to non-industrial career pathways. With such a wide variety of career pathways offered, furnishings and spaces needed to support maximum flexibility.
Such adaptability is evident throughout the center. Computer labs offer optimum sit-stand versatility with Trellis power and data systems and Toggle adjustable tables.
As a result of the flexible furniture, there has been greater use of the various lounge areas by students and staff, thanks to highly popular Sway seating, Hub modular seating, and Isle Power Towers that promote mobility while staying connected.
See below for a few photos of the finished space:
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