Summit Ridge Middle School
Visual connectivity and strategically designed collaborative spaces have led to an evolution of learning styles at this newly combined middle school.

Jeffco Public Schools in Denver, Colorado recently decided to transition their sixth-grade students into middle-school, and needed to accommodate for the addition of 400 students. The existing building hosted traditional classrooms and learning areas, challenging the design team to seamlessly integrate the two buildings while incorporating collaborative learning elements into the addition. Hollis + Miller worked directly with the principal, faculty, community members, and students to create a design that would introduce collaboration spaces and a learning stair alongside new classrooms and science labs. Renovations to the school’s STEAM classrooms allow more students access to hands on education with computer aided design, engineering, and fabrication.

Littleton, Colorado
Jefferson County Public Schools
Addition/Renovation
13,000 SF
$4.8 million
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Summit Ridge Middle School

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