Multi-phased additions and renovations beautifully transformed Port Washington High School into a “like-new” school that better supports 21st Century learning.
Challenged with utilizing the natural topography while maximizing natural light and surrounding views, Bray designed a unique, three-story “academic stack” built into a bluff. Classroom “pods” stem from a main corridor and feature individual classrooms with sliding glass doors that open up to a resource area, encouraging collaboration and aiding transparency.
Expansive upper and lower commons provide sweeping views and connect the academic stack to a state-of-the-art gymnasium and extensively renovated auditorium. A multi-level, open-concept library with accessible resource rooms, created by renovating classroom space and a gymnastics room, helps modernize the learning environment.