Reed High School

Front entry to Reed High School

Opening Date: January, 1974
Architect: Selden and Nespor
Contractor: McKenzie Construction
Construction Cost: $7,204,215
Square Footage: 247,490
Cornerstone Dates: AD 1974, AL 5974
First Principal: Ken Williams
Physical Building Description:
Single story with a combination of cinder block and precast concrete panel walls. It has interior circulation corridors, a courtyard (also used for circulation), two gymnasiums, a theater, a library, a cafeteria, and shop and lab rooms in addition to general purpose classrooms.


  • Edward C. Reed High School History - This school was named in honor of Edward C. Reed, an attorney and senior United States Judge for the District of Nevada. He served on the Washoe County School District Board of Trustees for sixteen years from 1957 to 1972. During his tenure, he served as Board president for three years and Board vice-president for […]