Oceanside Performing Arts Center
On June 3, 2008, Oceanside voters approved a bond measure, Proposition H, authorizing the Oceanside Unified School District to issue up to $195 million in general obligation bonds for school facility improvements, enabling the district to complete the repairs and modernization effort established under the Proposition G bond construction program to provide high quality facilities for all Oceanside students. In January of 2012 the Oceanside Unified board of trustees unanimously selected an architect from among five finalists to design the Oceanside High Performing Arts Center. The winning firm was Harley Ellis Devereaux. In late December 2015, construction began on the 29,000-square-foot new performing arts center that consists of a 500-seat performance theater; a 100-seat black box theater; a detached ticket office; two classrooms for drama and scene shop; and accessory office, labs, studios, and storage areas. On September 30th, 2017, The center held its first concert hosting artist consisting of current students and alumni.