The 153,000-square-foot pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade campus was approved by voters as part of a May 2013 bond referendum. The project was designed with a collaborative team consisting of owner users/teachers/administrators to meet the needs of a fast-growing suburban school district. The “student street” provides access to cafetorium, library, gymnasiums and classroom functions. The second through fifth grade wings surround an outdoor learning zone that features sustainable features such as roof water catchment and storage, which provides water to irrigate a raised bed school garden. Educational collaboration and project learning spaces are integrated into the corridors and provide unique teaching environments that allow supplemental instruction to occur anywhere in the school. Even the air conditioning system that is exposed to view in many places provides an opportunity for teaching. This school will be replicated several times throughout the district as the district continues to grow in population.

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Project Details

  • Completed in 2015
  • Cibolo, TX
  • 153,000-square-foot campus
  • Schertz-Cibolo Universal City Independent School District

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