WORK | PROJECTS
This new 3-story high school serving 1200 students features multipurpose educational spaces for diverse learning as well as a self-contained health center designed to support both the students and the community-at-large, providing access to comprehensive primary care and behavioral health services to residents of the surrounding under-served neighborhoods.
The new campus was constructed on the 27 acre site of the previous Paul Robeson High School in the Englewood neighborhood. As the first new high school to be built in over 40 years in the area, Englewood STEM replaced four existing under-utilized schools.
The facility and site are zoned to promote community engagement while being mindful of student safety. All shared programs are located on the first floor and a plaza along 69th street provides an opportunity for public art. A multi-functional athletics quad forms a buffer between the school and the neighborhood.
Renderings by Legat Architects