Redmond High School

High School

We originally assisted the District with the design and construction of a new Redmond High School which replaced the original 1960’s school and incorporated an expanded educational program and student capacity. The school offers improvements such as a new performing arts center, an expanded athletic complex, high tech learning labs, and a new science wing that incorporates PKAL teaching elements such as composite lecture/lab settings and science on display.

More recently we worked with the District on an expansion to the new high school to accommodate an additional 500 students, increasing student capacity from 1500 to 2000. The program includes 18 general classrooms, 2 science labs, an auxiliary gymnasium, and miscellaneous support space, approximately 23,000 s.f. in size. The new additions will fit with the existing building from an aesthetic and operational standpoint. The expansion will be designed to accommodate multiple programmatic needs and grade levels and will not be designed exclusively for a single grade academy.

Client: Lake Washington School District

Location: Redmond, WA

Size: 202,800 s.f. new, 23,000 s.f. addition

Project Team:
Marc C. Gleason, AIA, LEED AP
Kris Stamon, AIA, DBIA
Blake Bolton
Bob Bonnet
Terry Bills
Gary Maples
Marcelo Rocha
Darrin Filand
Andy Cobble
Mark Adadie
Chris Weiland
Carl Lyson