STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER – EVANSTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 202
The Evanston Township High School Student Success Center project was conceived to address several programmatic shortfalls within the school.
In their ongoing commitment to provide 21st century learning environments for their students, the district’s leadership commissioned GreenAssociates to create a central gathering area from existing, underutilized space, for students to use for small group study, homework and socializing.
The project began with a floor to ceiling, wall to wall gutting of 16,000 SF of interior space. The new area features soft seating and carpeted floors, a beamed ceiling with a cloud shaped multi-layered drop in ceiling grid, glass hall dividers and support offices on its opposite ends.
Five enclosed study centers line one side of the space and four small group meeting areas are arranged near the middle. The entire space is equipped with WiFi.
Type of Facility: High School
Grades Served: 9-12
Area of Restoration: 16,000 sq ft
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