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The firm performed an initial feasibility study to consider relocating the school or to renovate the existing campus. Based upon the decision to stay at the current location, a Master Plan was created to improve internal circulation, improve and enlarge existing classrooms, create a new entry and lobby, and improve the appearance for the existing school.

Based upon the school needs, the master plan included a first phase of a new Lower School with eight classrooms. Phase one included renovation of existing Middle School to enlarge classrooms and improve exterior appearance with an entry courtyard created between the new building and the existing building.

Recognition:
2017 Merit Award for Excellence in School Building and Design
by South Carolina Chapter of CEFPI

 

 

Recognition:

 

2017 Merit Award for Excellence in School Building and Design

 

by South Carolina Chapter of CEFPI

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