For many students, high school can be a place of transformation. A place where direction becomes clear and fluid. And in order for students to make the most out of their secondary education, they need to have a school that can provide the contemporary classrooms where all of the students are able to collaborate to find the answers they are seeking.
The Richland High School Replacement is a transformation of a 50-year-old obsolete facility for 2,400 students into a state-of-the-art learning environment. Successfully built around and implemented while the existing building remained in session, this replacement school incorporates specialized academic, athletics and arts wings. They are connected by a series of learning pathways that comprise the Lyceum a place for public learning divided by secure outdoor learning courtyards that lend a campus-like feeling to the complex.