Amidst continued upgrades at West Valley schools, Lynbrook High School in West San Jose opened two new features on campus late last week.
Made possible through Measure K funds, approved by nearly 65% of Fremont Union High School District voters in 2014, students now have access to a new café and quad at Lynbrook. The multi-use spaces will host events and concerts, in addition to providing food service and community space for Lynbrook students.
The café has seating for 300 and opens onto the 74,000 square-foot quad area, which features an amphitheater-seating arrangement on multiple tiers.
District Superintendent Polly Bove lauded the introduction of the newly constructed spaces.
“We are excited to welcome students into these much-needed new spaces that serve not only as Lynbrook High social hubs, but as iconic improvements to the campus,” Bove said in a press release.
The café and quad are the most recent additions to ongoing improvements at Lynbrook, after a new Field House was completed in 2018. A new gym lobby, and guidance and student support building closer to the main entrance are next on the construction list.