Marshall Howenstein Auditorium
Howenstein Auditorium was completed in the mid-1990s, and provides the entire music department an acoustically and educationally appropriate facility for all performances. In 2000, the 700-seat facility was named for legendary Band and Orchestra director Marshall Howenstein, who remains the longest-tenured music instructor in the history of West Lafayette High School. Howenstein himself attended the dedication ceremony, and passed away soon after at the age of 100. The auditorium hosts over 30 music department performances each school year, and also handles meetings, outside groups, and school convocations. Howenstein Auditorium is connected to the Orchestra and Choir facility, and features two large dressing rooms and a large set construction area.