Building 1 Key Features

Please enjoy the artist’s impressions and descriptions below.
(images are artist’s impressions which may differ from final construction)

Overview of Building #1

1F – Dining Room and new Dance studio
2F – Design & Arts Floor
3F – Middle School Floor
4F – Labs Floor

On the 1st floor, an extensive dining room at playground level with additional outdoor dining tables, will also be a fabulous addition for school and family events. There will also be a new Dance studio located on this floor. 
The 2nd floor is dedicated entirely for Arts, Design, Drama, Music and the new Creativity Center (see image 2). The music room is now integrated into the main school campus, and the entire floor encompasses many areas for students to build their creative skills, including the new Textiles room (twice the size of the present Needlework room), plus 2D- and 3D- Art Rooms.
The 3rd floor is exclusively a place for Middle School students to call home. It will include new 2 Open Areas, (G5-6, and G7-8) with lockers and a common area for each group. 
The 4th floor will have 5 Science Labs (see image 3), mathematics classrooms., a larger and more practically designed Food Lab with more kitchen units than before, and a purpose built, temperature-controlled, sound-proofed Server Room that will service the whole school. 

Creativity Center

Located on 2F, this center will be 3 x the size of the current space, used for MakerSpace, Robotics and all MultiMedia. It will contain an enlarged Green Room, recording booths, and interview sections. Located directly across from the new Textiles Room, 2D- and 3D- Art Rooms, it offers an expanded space for students to really build and integrate their creative skills.

Science Lab

Located on 4F, the lab is 1.5 x the size of the current largest lab. The spacious room includes separate lab and work sections, with rearrangeable work tables. In total, the Labs Floor will have 5 state-of-the-art labs, as opposed to the current 4.


The new, larger classrooms will be spacious and versatile, with furniture rearrangeable for groups, rows, or social distancing, etc.
The rooms are lighter and brighter, with full walls of windows, modern lighting, and windows into the corridor.
Added features include full cupboards with sliding whiteboard doors, extra shelving, plus an additional whiteboard wall, increasing whiteboard space to 3 walls.

Health and Safety Features

“Universal Design”

  • Barrier-free access
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Modern airflow and temperature control
  • Modern lighting in addition to capitalizing on our natural light
  • Solar panels and/or other modern methods of gathering and conserving energy
  • Building 1 South Wing will have emergency exits on both the 2nd and 1st floors, an elevator, and 2 sets of stairs
  • All safety codes met, with earthquake safety well above the standard code as is true in our current buildings
  • Water bottle refilling stations on each floor

Significantly larger rooms for both flexibility and social distancing when conditions require