Our building’s enclosed atrium is a main focal point of Pioneer Academy. It works as the building’s epicenter connecting the main entrance, cafeteria, auditorium, playground and gymnasium with the rest of the building. It is beautifully decorated with a two-story mosaic-tile mural consisting of over 500,000 colorful glass and ceramic tiles.
Our building’s auditorium is equipped with a fully functional state of the art sound and lighting system. It is regularly used to host student performances as well as community events such as parent workshops and district meetings.
Urban Intersections by Ross Lewis is a two-story mosaic mural the uses over 500,000 glass and ceramic tiles, as well as powder coated aluminum to depict an urban skyline coming together. Fittingly the mural's location serves as a main intersection within Pioneer Academy.
Our building’s cafeteria is a bright, inviting place where students are able to enjoy both breakfast and lunch daily. Artist Deborah Samson in the theme of recycling, community, and multiculturalism has painted the windows in order to help promote these values within our scholars.
Our building’s gymnasium serves as a large open space in which scholars are able to participate in an all-immersive physical education program. Here scholars are able to learn the importance of basic exercise, sports fundamentals, and the importance of teamwork.
Our building’s classrooms are warm inviting spaces where scholars feel welcomed and encouraged to learn. Teachers incorporate the use of various resources such as charts, word walls, grouping, Smartboards and computers in order to engage, motivate, and inspire our scholars to become life-long learners.