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    Beverly Middle School

    With the goal of creating more a cohesive and supportive learning experience for its middle school students, this new facility creates neighborhoods that function as small, inter-disciplinary learning communities that each have their own Project Lab/Makerspace.

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    Caleb Dustin Hunking K-8

    Located in a historic community set along the Merrimack River, this new K-8 public school ingeniously utilizes a blend of colors, materials, display graphics and water features to create an intimate and playful learning environment that also teaches children about their town’s history.

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    Collegiate School for Boys

    Founded in 1628, the Collegiate School is an independent K-12 school for boys in New York City that veered from its original plan to renovate its well-loved facility on the Upper West Side and decided to develop a brand new 11-story building 18 blocks to the South.

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    Da Vinci Wiseburn HS

    With the openness and flexibility typical of today’s inventive work environments, Wiseburn USD/ Da Vinci Schools in El Segundo, California, underscores the idea that learning happens at many more places than just the desk.

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    Dearborn STEM Academy

    Part of a major city initiative to improve Boston public schools, this new neighborhood STEM middle- high school has almost no corridors, but rather interconnected small learning communities organized around a light-filled central atrium and community gathering space.

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    Denver School of Science and Technology

    The first of the DSST Public School’s highly successful public charter K-12 schools, DSST Stapleton established the template for the network’s STEM-focused and liberal arts educational program that has resulted in the creation of over 14 top-ranked, inner city public schools in the Denver area.

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    Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School (ENSATS)

    The merging of three well-established technical and agricultural school programs on Boston’s North Shore created an opportunity for the creation of a thoughtful and forward-thinking model for CTE programming and vocational and academic integration.

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    Gibbs Middle School

    Housing all of its town’s sixth-grade students, this renovated elementary school serves as a welcoming and personalized transition program that unites children from incoming neighborhood elementary schools, while relieving crowding from the middle school they are poised to enter.

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    Harlem Village Academy HS

    Part of a network of NYC college prep charter schools based in Harlem, HVA High School sought to create a new building that was classical and collegiate on the outside, modern and fluid on the inside, and highly practical in its use of every square inch of the facility.

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    Henry Ford Academies

    Inspired by Henry Ford’s “Learning by Doing” philosophy, Henry Ford Academy has been at the forefront of innovative teaching and active learning for 20 years, and developed four Henry Ford Academies that are each located within nonprofit cultural institutions.

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    High Tech High International

    Part of a network of 16 charter schools that span the K-12 spectrum, High Tech High attracts over 5,000 visitors annually who come to San Diego to learn from its innovative project-based pedagogy and its approach to the design of simple and flexible school facilities.

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    High Tech Los Angeles

    A Charter High School located on the grounds of a public high school in Los Angeles, CA, High Tech Los Angeles seeks to create a smaller and more problem-based learning environment that engages students in authentic and community-based projects.

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    High Tech Middle

    Part of a network of 16 charter schools that span the K-12 spectrum, High Tech Middle is the second in a series of innovative project-based schools with a focus on the design and development of simple and flexible school facilities.

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    High Tech Middle & High Media Arts

    Part of a network of 16 charter schools that span the K-12 spectrum, High Tech High attracts over 5,000 visitors annually who come to San Diego to learn from its innovative project-based pedagogy and its approach to the design of simple and flexible school facilities.

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    Jacobs Elementary School

    This playful and inviting new PK-5 school adds renewed life to New Bedford’s South End, while also providing a welcoming and sorely needed community resource for its largely immigrant population of students and families.

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    Jacobs High Tech High

    Part of a network of 16 charter schools that span the K-12 spectrum, High Tech High attracts over 5,000 visitors annually who come to San Diego to learn from its innovative project-based pedagogy and its approach to the design of simple and flexible school facilities.

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    MC2 STEM HS

    The result of an innovative partnership between the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) and the Science Center. Focusing on STEM education (science, technology, engineering and math), MC2 STEM High School seeks to make science education come alive.

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    Oracle Design Tech HS

    Adjacent to San Francisco Bay and located on Oracle Corporation’s 6,000- employee campus, the new d.Tech High School facility offers its students and teachers a warehouse-like “blank canvas” that supports and showcases the school’s innovative design thinking and entrepreneurship curriculum.

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    West Bridgewater Middle Senior HS

    Striving for a dynamic balance between traditional and non-traditional spaces and adjacencies, this new middle-high school created a STEAM Wing through the thoughtful co-location of its math, science, art and robotics classrooms around a STEAM Commons.

Facility Design

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New Vista provides customized educational planning and architectural design services and workshops designed to help schools and districts to maximize the success of their school design process.

New Vista projects run the gamut from high- and mid-budget new construction and renovations, to large school conversions, to modular and temporary campuses, to low or no budget school "makeovers." Tailored to the needs of each new project, New Vista design consultation aims to quickly educate design teams and stakeholders on current research and best practices in school programming and facility design, and engage all participants in a multi-faceted and hands-on design experience that helps them to develop clearly articulated educational and architectural priorities, and arrive at inspired design solutions.

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