Ceickor High School located in the middle of the Mexican semi-desert. It is a building with a central horseshoe-shaped patio with two purposes, the first thinking about the flexibility of future growth and the second with the idea that the patio serves as a hub for all its users, linking through a corridor perimeter on the ground floor: three classrooms, laboratory, management, toilets, kitchen and dining room. On the first level there is a meeting room and a terrace with a wooden roof in the shape of triangles that recalls the profile of a context full of hills, light as hummingbird wings, but solid and warm to protect from the semi-sun desert to the students allowing from there to contemplate the views towards a soccer field and the surrounding context.
The high school is specialized in soccer, with the aim of allowing young people from nearby towns, especially semi-rural ones, to continue their studies while training as soccer players, trying to earn a place as professionals in this sport without abandoning their studies.
Ironically, this school was built at the same time that the pandemic closed the schools in Mexico and for its construction local materials have been used, such as the partition, the stone of its foundations, etc. All the workers who built it are people who live in neighboring communities, generating with this construction work, a sense of belonging to the people who live nearby and to me as an architect the opportunity to learn how to build according to regional customs.