El Reno High School was established in 1893 and graduated its first class in 1896. The present building was built in two phases. The west half was built in 1911 and the east half was added in 1925.
In 2000, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places for its unique architecture.
El Reno High School, along with the Paul R. Taylor Media Arts Center and the Jeff B. Mills STEM Center, is a 9th – 12th grade center.
STEM Center Front
STEM Center back – referencing the past and future
Media Arts Center