It's grown slowly over the years, a wing here, an auditorium there. It's a grotesque and strangely attractive hodgepodge of roof heights and corners and courtyards that are rarely used. There are bricked-in window frames that extend from the top half of the band room walls to the middle of the choir room walls above. Ramps and flights of five stairs are scattered about, connecting the parts of the school at ground level to the parts that are not.
There is something of the Winchester Mansion to the way the building has slowly grown in bits and bobs, with no seeming care to how they connect to what was already there.
There is some serious surprise among select residents of Perkins Township that the next plan for expanding the high school building is to finally build a new one. They all moved away shortly after learning this.