Bringing all the district students together, this new PK-12 school takes advantage of the surrounding hills and valley with views that usher the outside in for all to experience. With an exterior aesthetic inspired by the region’s rich coal-mining history, interior priorities vary by grade level.
Harrison Hills' exterior aesthetic is inspired by the region’s rich coal-mining history.
Bright, vibrant colors brand each elementary school grade with a unique hue, improving student navigation.
Natural wood, bright daylit spaces and more refined finishes mimic spaces that students will experience as they pursue further training and educational opportunities.
Throughout the school, learning is on display.
Grade level classrooms cluster around common spaces and Extended Learning Areas that provide ample workspace for supervised project-based learning.
The school boasts two gymnasiums - one competition-size, 1,400 seat HS and one smaller ES/MS-size - and an 800-seat auditorium.
A central event corridor opens to the High School gym, Performing Arts Center and cafeteria with oversized environmental branding and space to honor the district’s county-wide consolidation and long-standing school histories.
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