Washington County Schools enlisted SfL+a Architects to conduct a comprehensive facility study, evaluating the overall ownership costs of their existing facilities. Subsequently, a decision was reached to centralize all county school facilities into a unified K-12 campus strategically positioned within the district. This alternative promises an efficient and brand-new facility catering to all WCS students, presenting an opportunity for a holistic improvement in facilities. The proposal entails the planning and construction of a single, comprehensive K-12 school before any existing facilities are closed.
The project is unfolding in two distinct phases. Phase I involves the creation of a 165,000-square-foot building encompassing academic spaces and two gymnasiums. Phase II will encompass ball fields, in addition to the introduction of new furniture and technology.