Hayward, Calif.-Based on BCA Architects’ depth of experience in designing both public and private school facilities across California, Paul Bunton’s BCA Architects team was recently commissioned by Mission Hills Middle School to begin design work on a new 400 student, 30,000 - 35,000 square foot, Pre-K through 8th grade private school facility on a site in Hayward, California. Mission Hills Middle School is currently leasing a portion of an existing public school in Union City and is excited to begin the process of designing and building their own home for their rapidly growing school.
BCA Architects will begin the design process by evaluating the philosophical goals of the founders of Mission Hills Middle School to ensure the alignment of their vision with their educational facilities. Paul Bunton, President of BCA Architects stated, “Our schools are an important and essential part of the social fabric of our society. It is vitally important that we as architects design schools that allow educators to deliver quality education to their students and prepare them for a fulfilling life in society.” The initial phase of the project is estimated to cost between $12-15 million.