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Southwest Christian High School

  Southwest Christian High School began educating disciples of Jesus Christ in a rented space in Minnetonka, Minnesota, the fall of 1996. By September of 1999, Southwest Christian was outgrowing its current space with an enrollment that had grown to 125 students, necessitating its move from the Minnetonka location to Eden Prairie Assembly of God

Current Major Trends in K-12 School Design and Construction

  By Susan H. Tully Trends in the way our children are taught have changed dramatically in the last several years.  The advent of the pandemic as well as the uptick in school breaches and shooter incidents have increased the focus on critical topics surrounding education. All of these have combined to affect the design

Delaware County Christian School

  New Dining Facility Creates Engaging Student Space Delaware County Christian School is a Pre-K-12 independent coeducational day school with an enrollment of 700 students on two campuses in suburban Philadelphia. Founded in 1949 on a historic estate in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, buildings were added to the campus over the years. The school purchased a

Sheboygan Christian School

  Sheboygan Christian School in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, has a long history in the community, founded as an elementary school in 1898 by a small group of immigrants. In 1969, a group of parents established Sheboygan County Christian High School, with the intent of continuing a Christ-centered curriculum. With growing attendance numbers, the decision was made

Hilton Head Christian Academy

  Founded in 1979 with a graduating class of one in 1984, Hilton Head Christian Academy has thrived over the last 40 years, outgrowing three separate locations. Its rapid growth and changes in student demographics motivated the construction of a larger campus in the growing community of Bluffton, South Carolina. The school’s new campus covers

Greater Atlanta Christian School

  The campus church at the Greater Atlanta Christian School (GACS) was proving too small for their expanding arts programs and would be hard pressed to support the big dream the school had for it. They envisioned a “Hogwarts” dining hall look and feel – or at least something that wouldn’t look out of place

De La Salle North Catholic High School

  Place plays a pivotal role in shaping a school’s identity, its community presence, and its purpose. De La Salle North Catholic High School, a private college preparatory school creating pathways for underserved students in Portland, Oregon, seized the opportunity to find a permanent home where it could reinforce its identity while also integrating into

Santa Fe Christian School

  Santa Fe Christian School in Solana Beach, California, is currently undergoing a transformation to create a more collaborative learning experience within its current campus. The addition of the Quad and the Performing Arts building within the heart of the campus create a sense of community and promote interaction between students, faculty, and staff. The

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
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