Shorecrest High School plans for rebuild and remodel

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The model for the building and grounds of the new Shorecrest High School


Aerial view of the site plan for the new / remodeled Shorecrest High School
The model of the Shorecrest design shows the new parking lots in front, with the classrooms in a three-story building behind the location of the existing building.  In the lower view, the current buildings are in grey and the new buildings in brown.  The current Shorecrest theatre would be enclosed by the music and drama classrooms.  Parking for the Theatre would be separate from regular parking.  The building to the left is the new gym.  Adjacent parking would allow events in the gym, the theatre, and classes to take place at the same time.

There are two videos online with information on the Shoreline School District’s bond/levy proposals on the February 9, 2010 ballot, which include the plan for funding the new high schools. The first video is Superintendent Sue Walker detailing the three ballot measures and the second shows Shorecrest Principal Pat Hegarty and Shorewood Principal Bill Dunbar talking about the high school design process. Link to videos.


Shorecrest High School
2013 Design Team
SC Student Representatives – Anna B, Kimi S, Joseph V, Elliott F
Project manager – Rebecca Baibak, Integrus Architecture
High School Principal – Pat Hegarty
District project manager - Calvin Gasaway
Executive Director of Schools – Brian Schultz
Representative SC instructors - Vince Santo Pietro, Brian Story,
Brandon Christensen, Stephen Growdon
Parent representatives – Kellogg - Suzanne Monson, LFP - Donnie North,
Ridgecrest – Kendahl Adjorlolo, Briarcrest – Debby Gines, Brookside - John Paulsen
Community at large representatives – Paul Dorn, Kathleen Koler
Business representative – Theresa Traulsen
School maintenance and operations representatives – Rocky Fridell, Bo Jordan, Marc McCartney

To contact the Shorecrest Design Team to give comments, please use sc.design@shorelineschools.org

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