Muted tones of red and brown give Harmon Elementary school a traditional exterior look; but inside, bright colors and natural light give the school a modern, 21st century environment.
Flexible, project lab space open to the corridor with operable glass walls, supporting expansion when needed and keeping things quiet when necessary.
The $40M Franklin Heights High School offers “school within a school” learning communities for its 1,112 students.

South-Western City Schools District-Wide Building Program

Grove City, OH

Project Description

After the successful completion of a $125M building program in 2003, SHP was hired to design South-Western City Schools new building program. The $248M phased program includes 13 new elementary schools, a new high school and renovations to two elementary schools.

Year Completed


Project Features

  • The 292,000 sf, $32M Central Crossing High School that includes athletic facilities and a media center that doubles as a branch of the local library.
  • The 92,000 sf Jackson Middle School that meets the specific educational needs of today’s students, while reflecting the history of the surrounding community.
  • The 130,000 sf Career Academy addresses future employment needs through 13 career-focused environments.

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