The new Stoughton High School was unveiled at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Monday, August 26, 2019. The 214,000 square-foot building provides students with a 21st-century building for a phenomenal educational setting including collaborative and flexible spaces, advanced technology, and natural light throughout the building. Features of the new school include the cafeteria with a courtyard, a gymnasium with a maximum capacity of 1,500 people and 1,230 bleacher seats, three basketball courts, three volleyball courts, a drop-down batting cage and a net and mat hoist for wrestling and cheerleading. Next to the gym is an 865-seat auditorium with three catwalks for lighting, a projection room, suspended clouds for acoustics, and a makeup/dressing room. There is also a Genius Bar to serve the technological needs of the students. The art wing includes a kiln room and dark room with photo room for processing, a black box theater, and music practice rooms. Other highlights include science/lab rooms, classrooms of varying sizes, student career center, and collaborative workspaces.