Circleville City Schools
The Circleville City Schools implemented a consolidation program to bring four separate elementary schools onto one centralized campus, along with a new middle school and high school. The entire campus shares a central cafeteria and food services space serving breakfast and lunch daily at no cost to students.
The 125,298-square-foot elementary school was designed for preschool through fifth grade students and includes modern classrooms, art space, a music room and a gymnasium.
The new 126,756-square-foot high school was designed for students in grades nine through 12. The building includes academic spaces, a large performance hall, a library, a Tiger Care Clinic operated by OhioHealth, as well as state-of-the art athletic facilities.
The 70,723-square-foot middle school was developed on the former high school site and was the last of the three structures completed. The building was designed for students in grades six through eight and includes modern classrooms, technology and science labs, an art room and a gymnasium.
The elementary school, middle school and high school all achieved LEED Silver Certification.