Metropolitan Acoustics joined the design team for the auditorium renovations at Ewing High School, located in Ewing, NJ, in mid-2020. We worked closely with FVHD Architects and Planners to improve the acoustical environment while maintaining a desirable and updated aesthetic. Users of the original space experienced harsh reflections and echoes, an unbalanced reverberation time, and an elevated background sound level as a result of the outdated mechanical systems. All of these elements heavily influenced the diverse programming that the space is used for; this includes theatrical performances, band and choral performances, and large assembly speeches. We analyzed the auditorium to address these undesirable acoustical properties, provided recommendations as needed, and monitored the project throughout the construction phases to ensure conformance to our design intent. New acoustical treatments include custom ceiling reflector clouds, absorptive treatment strategically installed throughout the perimeter walls, and duct silencers to reduce mechanical systems noise. The resulting product, which was recently completed in early 2022, meets our expectations and hopefully leaves the end-users satisfied for years to come.