Redmond Proficiency Academy Opens New Middle School


The Redmond Proficiency Academy hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new middle school recently. The new middle school is located at 150 SW 25th Street in Redmond. BBT Architects of Bend designed the new middle school and Griffin Construction of Prineville is the general contractor on the project. The project broke ground in early December 2015.
The new 24,032 square foot school will open to 290 students in grades six through eight on Tuesday, September 6. This is the first facility built and owned by RPA.
The building features 11 learning spaces dedicated to Humanities and STEAM. The multi-purpose room features a rock wall and doors that expand the learning environment to the outdoor patio. The new space includes a choir and band room along with a resource room for small
group instruction.
The Redmond Proficiency Academy (RPA) is a public charter school operating in the Redmond School District. In its eighth year of operation, RPA serves nearly 840 students in grades 6-12. Students come to RPA from throughout Central Oregon. Using a proficiency-based instructional model in a personalized school environment, RPA strives to prepare all students for success in college and life.

(Photo above: New Redmond Proficiency Academy Middle School | Rendering Courtesy of BBT Architects)


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