Winton Woods South Campus (PK-6)
Client: Winton Woods City Schools
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
  • New 205,000sf PK-6 elementary school.
  • Broken down into three smaller learning communities: the Woods, the Lake and the Hills.
  • Delivers on four themes: Eat & Learn, Show & Tell, Community & Culture, and Inside Out.
  • Project differentiators include distributed dining, no assigned classrooms and teacher co-work areas.
  • Built on an existing, active school site within 20ft of existing buildings.
Interesting Fact: A member of the New Tech Network, Winton Woods City Schools is one of the first in the nation to implement a K-12 project-based learning model.
Awards: Learning By Design - Outstanding Project Award
Architecture|Interior Design

This 205,000sf PK-6 elementary school emphasizes project-based learning and reimagines how learning will occur in its diverse district. Broken down into three smaller learning communities, Winton Woods provides the perfect environment for both indoor and outdoor education.

"They implicitly understand that education has to be delivered differently to meet the needs of modern learners."
– Steve Denny, Executive Director of Business Affairs, Winton Woods City Schools
"While it may look like a massive structure, the building is segmented into smaller, more intimate communities with collaboration zones and project labs as the common core of each. This creates a tight-knit learning community that revolves around Winton Wood's project-based learning curriculum."
– Allison McKenzie, Principal, Director of Sustainability, SHP
"Thank you, SHP, for being leaders in building 21st Century educational spaces for students and staff to enjoy for many years to come."
– Anthony Smith, Superintendent, Winton Woods City Schools