- New 350,000sf K-8 school.
- 700-student Trebein Elementary School on the same 50-acre site as the 1,150-student Jacob Coy Middle School while maintaining separate identities.
- Enclosed courtyard designed for outdoor learning zones for art, theatre, science, reading and play.
- Classrooms feature operable glass walls allowing for team teaching.
Though they were originally envisioned on two campuses, Beavercreek’s Trebein Elementary and Coy Middle remain on the same 50-acre site. However, they operate as two separate buildings, creating grade-level appropriate communities. The shared site includes an enclosed courtyard designed for outdoor learning zones and dedicated spaces to allow maximum flexibility.