Winton Woods North Campus

Cincinnati, OH

Project Description

The design of this 7-12 high school for Winton Woods City Schools delivers personalized, unique learning environments to meet its project-based learning model and four stakeholder themes uncovered during community engagement: Eat & Learn, Show & Tell, Community & Culture, and Inside & Out.

Year Completed


Project Features

  • The very large facility is segmented into smaller more intimate communities with multi-use and digital project labs as the common core of each community.
  • Seminar rooms, collaboration space, shared dining and learning space, learning stairs, teacher co-working space and multi-function lab spaces that can be used for science, art and as a makerspace meet their project-based learning model.
  • The design offers a fine arts suite, 850-seat auditorium, and a 1,500-seat arena with collegiate-sized courts.
  • The new school connects with the previously renovated high school football/soccer stadium offering a new stadium entry, new synthetic turf field, all-weather 8-lane track, new grandstand seating, new concession building and new press box.

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