Traditional values meet innovative learning where students get a well-rounded education in a space that marries religious teachings with brain-based learning.
This new Kansas City Diocese school combines the former St. Mary’s and Archbishop O’Hara high schools into one cohesive learning environment.
A large atrium connects the chapel and academic spaces with a two-story learning stair, which encourages collaboration and community.
The classrooms’ traditional style is complemented by flexible furniture that allows the spaces to adapt to each day’s teaching schedule.
Founded in 1950, Hollis + Miller is an integrated architecture firm that’s not only fluent in the language of education but designs the future of learning environments, www.hollisandmiller.com.
Photo credit: Alistair Tutton