New Middle School Campus
Windsor Unified School District
- Completion Date: September 1997
- Square Footage: 75,200 (New Construction)
- Final Construction Cost: $14.4M
Windsor Middle School's new campus design supports a restructured curriculum that provides four independent classroom clusters at the heart of the school. These clusters, designed to foster team and cooperative teaching, include science and art labs, teacher workrooms and other support facilities that allow them to operate as smaller “schools within a school”, focusing on one subject or grade level, or promoting interdisciplinary studies.
The campus has two zones: The “active” zone accommodates extensive community use, and includes the gymnasium, multi-use building, outdoor courts and an outdoor theater, while the “academic zone”, with its classroom clusters and library/media center, is focused on quieter pursuits.
Highly functional spaces, ample daylight and durable materials are some of the guiding principals in the design of all the buildings.
- 1999 Honor Award, Leroy F. Greene Design + Planning Award | Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) & American Institute of Architects/California Council (AIACC)
- 1998 Honor Award | American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Redwood Empire
- Middle School
- New Campus