Bryan Adams High School ribbon-cutting. Photo courtesy of Dallas ISD.

Bryan Adams High School recently celebrated the grand opening of several additions and campus upgrades.

The East Dallas school received around $69 million for the improvements through Dallas ISD’s 2015 bond election, and the projects were unveiled in a building dedication Sept. 7.

Completed projects include a new secured main entry, a two-level classroom, fine arts additions, a new competition gym and a storm shelter, according to DISD’s The Hub. Plus, the school’s library, media center, auditorium and outdoor plaza received upgrades.

Dallas ISD also completed safety audits that were required by state agencies. These audits included the Summer Targeted Audit, a 47-question survey regarding safety policies and procedures at individual campuses, and the Exterior Door Audit, which involved the Dallas ISD Police and campus safety coordinators ensuring every exterior door functions properly.

See renderings of the additions and improvements below.

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