Education - High School

Adamson High School

Planning and developing the future

HIGH DESIGN SUPPORTED BY STRATEGIC PLANNING

  • Natural lighting in every classroom
  • Geothermal HVAC
  • centralized building energy management system

The new 280,066-square-foot comprehensive replacement high school was designed to incorporate career and technology curriculum into the facility’s core infrastructure. A portion of the existing building was renovated into a community health clinic and ninth grade center. Notable features of the 1,300-student, three-story high school include: natural lighting in every classroom and common spaces and wireless technology throughout the entire building.  

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SHAPING THE FUTURE

An educational program establishes the link between curriculum planners and educators, the architect and construction. Corgan listens to administrators, school boards, teachers, and students. Then, we design.

Corgan has over 60 years of experience designing educational facilities and creative learning environments that serve students and their communities. Our buildings inspire discovery and achievement; our teams create forward-thinking, multi-functional structures. Our goal is to provide high performing, low maintenance buildings while mitigating risk and staying mindful of budget pressures.

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Design elements affect learning,
behavior, and test scores

From simple material selection to complex traffic flow, our architects and space planners help educate your staff on issues both inside and outside the learning walls to deliver a highly efficient, well-designed space.