The Thomasville (N.C.) City school district is expanding its primary and high schools. Together, the projects will cost $6.84 million. The primary school will get a 19,475-square-foot classroom addition that will have 10 fixed-wall classrooms and two large classrooms with accordion walls that can be closed to create six smaller rooms. At the high school, an existing 16,800-square-foot building housing the media center and administrative offices will be remodeled and expanded by 3,000 square feet; a separate facility housing science labs will nearly double in size. The architect is MBAJ Architecture.