Harrison Hills PK-12 School
Client: Harrison Hills City Schools
Location: Cadiz, Ohio
  • New 216,000sf PK-12 school.
  • Transparent wings and connectivity between classrooms are clustered around extended learning areas.
  • Competition size 1,400-seat high school gymnasium.
  • Central event corridor open to the high school gymnasium, performing arts center and cafeteria.
Interesting Fact: The region's coal-mining history and commanding site view inspired the building's unique exterior design aesthetic.
Awards: American School & University Interiors Showcase - Silver Citation
Architecture|Engineering|Interior Design

With over 215,000sf on a 50-acre site, Harrison Hills’ new PK-12 school is one of SHP’s most innovative projects. It includes progressive learning spaces across the campus, a greenhouse, and a performance auditorium seating over 800 people. And don’t forget about athletics! The site also includes a state-of-the-art running track and field event area which doubles as a community events center.

"The high school wing features natural wood, bright daylit spaces and more refined finishes, meant to mimic higher education spaces that students will experience as they pursue further training and opportunities."
– Brian Lutz, Project Architect, SHP