A shared courtyard with amphitheater offers space for the community.
Two media centers meet specific age group needs. The middle school offers plenty of space for project work while the elementary school’s is suited for the younger reader.
The elementary school’s media center includes a specially designed area for story time.

Beavercreek K-8 (Trebein Elementary & Jacob Coy MS)

Beavercreek, OH

Project Description

The district was seeking more modern, energy efficient learning environments for its students in this district-wide improvement program.  The design of the new 700-student Trebein Elementary and 1,150-student Jacob Coy Middle School takes advantage of being on the same 50-acre site while maintaining separate identities in a K-8 footprint.

Year Completed

2013

Project Features

  • A fully-enclosed courtyard designed for outdoor learning zones related to art, theater, science, reading and play.
  • Grade level pods have large and small spaces to allow for flexibility. Grades 3-5 feature operable glass walls to allow for team teaching in 1,620 sf of space.

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