Collaborative Learning Spaces
Each classroom has a set of sliding doors that encourage teachers to expand their classrooms into an adjacent resource area. The resource areas are equipped with flexible furniture, which allow teachers and students to rearrange to best suit the day’s learning activity.
Two learning stairs mirror each other at the heart of the building. The stairs provide space for students to work independently during study hall periods and double as amphitheater-style seating for large group meetings. Elongated windows surround the stairs, creating a bright and spacious learning environment.
The school is filled with fun materials and finishes, including:
- Blue and grey-blue color themes with orange accents
- Colorful shapes on the floor that cross room boundaries
- Custom tiles and wood-tone panels to create visually engaging ceilings
The district’s partnership with Bray extends back to 2000 when we first helped the district expand the high school. We’ve worked with the district over the past two decades to respond to a rapidly growing community. This latest round of work also includes expansion of the high school and updates to Westwood Elementary and the middle school.