In the Spring of 2011, erstad ARCHITECTS began working with the board members of Vision Charter School to develop a master plan for their future campus. After a thorough study of the site, eA worked with the board and school administrators to design a site to fulfill their current and future needs. Originally the school operated in a series of ten modular buildings, but demand called for the expansion of their enrollment, the offering of high school classes, and indoor common space for the students. Phase I, the upper/middle school classrooms, also included a media center, technology lab, warming kitchen, and gymnasium, and was completed in the Fall of 2013. Phase II transitioned the lower grades from the portables into a permanent building. Phase III, the most current work, includes a multi-purpose building which will comprise of a high school regulation-sized gymnasium, locker rooms, and STEM classrooms, allowing for the expansion of the program.