After seeing some of the most successful and dedicated graduating classes in terms of media, the summer of 2019 saw even more change.  The outdated classroom block that once housed the yearbook and newspaper classes were remodeled to better accommodate the needs of the growing radio/tv program.  This was a massive overhaul that ended up giving students their own dedicated on-air studio, production room, and small TV studio, along with a single computer lab where more collaboration and instruction could take place.  The custom studio furniture that was designed for that specific space was finally utilized correctly, and finally students had isolated rooms to be able and finalize their media projects with less interruptions.