Granger High School
West Valley, Utah
Granite School District
West Valley, Utah
441,000 sf

In architecture, a key design challenge is balancing form with function in the most ideal way for each project’s needs. Granger High School is a prime example of this balance, with the school’s form not only complementing its function with striking aesthetics but with thoughtfully configured materials, shape, line, contrast, and color that intertwine so intricately with the building’s function, it’s hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. Granger High School resides in that ideal spot where form and function join in a harmonious environment designed to inspire its occupants for generations to come. Completed for Granite School District in 2013, the award-winning replacement high school embodies the latest in 21st-century learning, featuring innovative academic classroom space, technology labs, science facilities, and versatile spaces for physical education and performing arts. Built on a very tight site in multiple phases, the 441,000-square-foot Granger High School is a testament to deft design coordinated with precise planning and successful teamwork. As of 2024, the school serves a student body of 3,481 who enjoy its ample state-of-the-art educational and extracurricular features and facilities. For the Granger Lancers, education isn’t just a journey – it's a destination.


2013 AIA CAE Award, Educational Project of the year - AIA Utah 2013 Best Project K-12 Education - ENR Mountain States 2013 Most Outstanding Projects K-12 (Large) - UC&D Magazine 2013 Award of Excellence Project of the Year K-12 Education over $20 Million - AGC of Utah 2013 Excellence in Masonry Citation Design Award - Utah Masonry Council