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Superior Heights Collegiate & Vocational School

The design of the school is organized around a collective assembly space referred to as the Student Forum, which is the social, physical and psychological centre of the school.

Rebuilding a new state of the art secondary school on the same site of an existing 1960’s high school has presented an interesting and challenging opportunity to immediately affect facility renewal changes in this Northern Ontario community. The creation of this new school will bring together two under-enrolled high schools into a 180,000 sf two-storey school that places a curriculum emphasis on healthy active living, trades based technology programs and international languages instruction. The design of the school is organized around a collective assembly space referred to as the Student Forum, which is the social, physical and psychological centre of the school. Sustainable design features begin at the planning level of re-building within a downtown site and extend to include energy conservation savings 30% below Energy Codes.

Client

Algoma District School Board