Overwhelming research shows a clear correlation between the arts and student success, another reason why turning STEM into STEAM has been so important.
The economic benefits of 10 pending school bond election projects in the Kansas City area is huge, with a total economic impact of more than $799.9 million.
Dry, chewy burgers, the wall of Plex“Meet you in the gymacafetorium!” That probably wasn’t a common phrase during your school days, but for many charter schools around the country, this is just part of the vernacular.
Higher education is putting a bigger priority on mental health for college athletics to be more supportive of a whole-body student-athlete approach.
Our 2019 Learnscape was first of its kind in several ways. Nestled between an early childhood center as well as an elementary school, our emerging professionals had to navigate designing for a range of ages, from 3-11 years old.
Michelle Chavey, partner, has been selected to the Class of 2019 “40 Under 40” by Building Design + Construction—representing KC on the national award list.
Our seven emerging professionals have gone above and beyond this summer. We have been thrilled to help them learn and grow with the Hollis + Miller family these past few months. We asked them to share their experiences with us.
SITUATION With more than 14,000 students, the Blue Springs School District is one of the largest districts in the Kansas City area. Yet, for more than two decades, all ninth-graders at Blue Springs South High School attended a separate Freshman Center. After a bond issue was approved by area voters [...]
SITUATION As the most diverse location of Kansas City’s Metropolitan Community College, the Penn Valley campus welcomes nearly 6,000 students each fall. However, the school recognized the need to upgrade its Student Success Center to more effectively serve the student population and provide a better [...]
Jeffco Public Schools in Denver area needed more space to accommodate the additional 400 children coming the following year, and also wanted to incorporate collaborative learning in a way that could benefit every Summit Ridge student.