Madison County High School

(used by permission; work performed while at Fuqua, Osborn and Associates)

A complete new 102,000 sq. ft. high school on a 50 acre site.  Designed and managed by Daniel Michal in conjunction with Danny Osborn.  This successful school in north Alabama was built on a tight budget and used as a model by the school board for subsequent schools.  It featured lab spaces and media center with natural daylighting, a “cafetorium” with stage and complete commercial kitchen, computer rooms, an art lab with its own patio and outside access, vocational shop and service areas, band room, special education rooms and PE/gymnasium areas.