Arthur L. Davila Middle School is a 900 student middle school built on a 30 acre site in the hills of Bryan, Texas. Situated in a low valley between two hills at the intersection of North Texas Avenue and Earl Rudder Freeway, the school is built to reflect the vernacular of the region. The facility serves somewhat as a billboard welcoming visitors to Bryan. In keeping with the region’s flavor, native Texas limestone was used to highlight the entrance and accent areas of the school.
Another unique aspect of the facility is its connection to the community. The site was previously home to playing fields that are the property of BRAC (Bryan Recreational and Athletic Center). Construction at the new school will add a football field, running track and tennis courts to the BRAC complex, with all fields available for student and community use.