Tuesday Jan 27 2009 comments Oldest High School Looks to Future By: Photos by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-Tribune -A +A Photo by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-TribuneOne classroom building bears bricks of the same color of the original structure built in the early years of the school, the mechanical arts building still displays its name from 1938 but now houses a state of the art dance studio and photography lab. Photo by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-TribuneThe amphitheater, donated by the class of 1931 bears the cracks and rough concrete that have remained for the past 78 years. Photo by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-TribuneDuring the lunch break, Shiana Butler, 14, decorates the backpack of her friend, Brianna Bolton, 14. Photo by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-Tribune?We modeled the current administration building to have similar design elements of the original building,? said 1964 graduate Scott O?Connor and major player for many of RHS?s architectural endeavors. Photo by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-TribuneMegan Doyle, 14, and Aurelie Moulin, 14, enjoy lunch on the steps of the amphitheater Monday afternoon.