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Safer K-12 Design: School Should Feel – and Look – Like School

  By Becky Brady K-12 schools exist to engage students in active learning, providing them with the skills and knowledge for successful futures. Unquestionably, these environments should also be safe and welcoming. Today’s students grapple with concerns including bullying, fights, the risk of school shootings, natural disasters, and mental health of students and teachers, which

St. John the Baptist Catholic School

  Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) recently completed a second story build out of St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Jordan, Minnesota—a middle school originally built by AP back in 2004 that included a shelled space on the second floor. The 13,000-square-foot expansion project included eight new classrooms, breakout rooms, a science lab, media

Central Catholic High School

  Central Catholic High School has had a profound impact in San Antonio, Texas, since its founding more than 160 years ago. Over a century and a half, the school has educated seven generations of graduates from their historic building on North St. Mary’s. Since 2013 and the launch of the school’s Capital Campaign, the

Woodland Christian School

  Building God’s Way and Hilbers, Inc. recently completed the new performing arts theater at Woodland Christian School in Woodland, California. This new state-of-the-art theater will seat up to 530 people and features a 1,000+ square foot stage with backstage prep area and dressing rooms, an upper balcony/mezzanine level, and a large lobby gathering space

Mother Mary Lange Elementary School

  Construction is under way for the new $28.5 million Mother Mary Lange Elementary School in Baltimore. JMT Architecture is providing architectural and interior design services for the 520-student school, the first new K-8 Catholic school in Baltimore City in more than 50 years. The school is named for Mother Mary Lange, a pioneer in

Des Moines Christian School

  Des Moines Christian School’s new, two-story Center for Excellence in Urbandale, Iowa, added more early education (preschool) and K-12 classrooms; band, choir and practice rooms; an art room; and three STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) rooms. At its core is a 10,000-square-foot multipurpose auditorium/gymnasium with a concessions area. Helping to Optimize Learning

Desert Christian Schools

  Desert Christian Schools in Tucson, Arizona, is an independent, inter-denominational Christian covenant school partnering with parents who desire to see their children raised “…in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.” (Ephesians 6:4). Desert Christian was founded in 1986 on Tucson’s eastside as a high school and has since grown to include a second

Traders Point Christian High School

  As part of the new Academic and Campus Master Plan, Traders Point Christian High School in Whitestown, Indiana, opened its new 32,705-square-foot academic facility. The overall design of the building centers around collaborative learning that takes place beyond the traditional classroom environment. TURNERBATSON provided the design services for this innovative project. This facility provides

Carmel Christian School

  As a college preparatory school, the primary goal at Carmel Christian School in Charlotte, North Carolina, is to help students achieve academic excellence while helping them grow in discernment with the foundation of a Christian worldview that will impact not only the rest of their lives, but also other lives for eternity. From the

Grace Christian School

  Founded as a church-affiliated primary school, Grace Christian School in Blacklick, Ohio, started with a growth plan that would require them to double the size of their existing space over the course of eight years. The success of this plan led them to Keiser Design Group for help with creating a middle school facility
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