Woodrow Wilson Academy
Middle school students feel like they have their own space to learn and grow separate from the elementary school students. Their new space supports expanded student collaboration and project-based learning.

Students can collaborate in the new classrooms with glass walls that provide ample daylight and open up to accommodate large and small-groups, including to the outdoors, encouraging classes to spill outside for learning and experimenting. This flexibility continues into the new dining commons, which features a variety of seating options, giving students more freedom. Inspirational graphics instill a sense of pride and belonging for students, incorporating diversity and culture.

Westminster, Colorado
13,500 SF
$4.5 million
Renovation & Additions
Woodrow Wilson Academy

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