Kewaskum Middle and High School

The middle school addition to the existing high school creates an integrated building that better serves students, staff, and the community.

Need: Address a changing student population and better utilize district buildings and staff

Solution: Build a new middle school addition to the existing high school

Result: A combined middle and high school building that consolidates resources and yields significant cost savings for the district

Students sit at tables near large windows in the library under an undulating canopy of acoustic ceiling panels

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Kewaskum, WI


97,300 sq ft (addition); 43,500 sq ft (renovation)

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Collaborative Learning Environments

The new middle school is home to a central resource area that spans both floors and is anchored by a learning stair. The stair is a central hub for students and includes a center aisle for gathering. The addition also features:

Students eat in the middle school cafeteria, which features brightly-colored soffits and a large glass curtain wall
Students complete assignments in one of the renovated science labs, which includes a skylight for natural light


A Renovated High School

The renovations to the existing high school transformed core classrooms into interactive learning spaces and created additional collaboration space.

Students use the flexible furniture in the resource area with a glimpse into a nearby classroom through sliding glass partitions
An exterior view of the school, including a glimpse of the main entrance and the library windows
An exterior view of the school including the events entry
Students walk to their next class in one of the school's renewed corridors, which features a large skylight for natural light

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