The Tuloso-Midway Independent School District High School Perfoming Arts Center was designed and constructed as a major addition to the existing high school in order to be used for school and community performances. The design is over 20,000 sf consisting of a stage and auditorium seating, as well as acoustics to enhance the experience of the performance, as well as stage and house lighting. The addition was designed to be connected to the existing high school for access during school hours for practices and performance previews, or for school assemblies. The auditorium can also be closed off from the rest of the high school for public performances after school hours for security purposes. Attached to the main auditorium area are dressing rooms, a band pit in front of the stage for live music, music and practice rooms, and restrooms. The facility also has a public foyer with a box office and ticket window for public admission to performances and assemblies. The exterior of the Performing Arts Center consists of materials to match the rest of the high school, lighting, and landscaping, including a courtyard that can be enjoyed while waiting for a show to start, or during school hours.