HIGHLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL – LIBERTYVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT 70
To improve the size and quality of classroom and encore spaces, District 70 chose to demolish the aging front section of Highland and rebuild.
The addition follows a similar footprint as the former building, but increases classroom size and corridor width while relocating the main entry and office.
The addition includes 6 classrooms and administration, while renovated spaces include 4 classrooms, 4 science labs, 2 computer labs, art, and theater.
The materials of the front facade tie the addition to the existing school, and the new canopy provides both a visual focus and a defined entry point.
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