The local chapter of A4LE - the Association for Learning Environments - met at Juanita High School in Kirkland for a tour of the facility. The organization attracts general contractors, designers and others involved in the creation of education spaces. The presentations and tours were led by both Cornerstone and Integrus Architecture project managers. Guests learned about the challenges and successes of the project and how the teams worked to bring functional, connecting spaces to life for Lake Washington School District's high schoolers.
The new three-story facility was completed in time for the begining of the 2020 school year. It boasts 239,850 square feet of classrooms, a kitchen, library, administration and gathering spaces along with an outdoor courtyard, theatre and performing arts classrooms. New landscape, walkways and renovated parking areas welcome students and guests to the campus.