Pewaukee High School + Asa Clark Middle School

Improvements to a combined building allowed the growing Pewaukee School District to enhance learning spaces for its middle and high school.

Need: Update the combined building to accommodate the district’s enrollment growth

Solution: A two-story classroom addition at the middle school and a two-story office/library addition at the high school

Result: A modernized combined campus that supports 21st-Century learning and the growing student population

Students walk through a landing area above a modern, glassed-in staircase with red accents at Pewaukee High School

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Pewaukee, WI


District-wide: 77,000 sq ft (renovations); 42,000 sq ft (additions)

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Renovations allow the combined school building to continue serving both Asa Clark Middle School and Pewaukee High School students, welcoming the addition of 6th grade students. The added 6th grade classroom wing creates collaborative breakout spaces along the corridors. Major additions include classrooms, cafeteria and library expansions, secure entries, and a shared state-of-the-art STEAM innovation wing.

The grand stair, linking the main entrance to the learning commons and brand new media center, emphasizes celebrating technology and making innovation visible and accessible.

Windows flood light into a glassed-in staircase, with bright red accents in the landing area at Asa Clark Middle School
Wide exterior view of an updated entryway at Pewaukee High School
Furniture and stairs offer seating for students in an open area below a wide learning staircase at Pewaukee High School
A colorful, comfortable, and windowed library gives students space to work and study, with colorful accents in school colors at Pewaukee High School
Colorful carpet and ceiling accents set off open resource areas off a wide hall at Asa Clark Middle School
An exterior, twilight view of the updated Asa Clark Middle School
Red ceiling and pillar accents set off an open cafeteria seating area from the hallway at Asa Clark Middle School
A window-lined cafeteria juts out from the main building as students sit outside at Asa Clark Middle School

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