- What do faculty think of the project?
- Will the new buildings have single classrooms or shared classrooms?
- How will the location of the new elementary school impact athletics?
- How will these new buildings impact our teachers' ability to deliver great instruction?
- What is the K-12 learning vision for the school, and how do the new buildings impact it?
- How will library spaces be used in the new buildings?
- What is the purpose of the welcome center?
- How will students be more connected to nature in the new buildings?
- What is the difference in square meters used for learning between our current campus and the planned new buildings?
- Will there be a bike/scooter path that makes it easy to move between different parts of the campus?
- How do the new buildings approach the student dining experience?
- How does the square footage inside classrooms change?
- Where will the Booster Booth be located?
- Is it possible to achieve the desired flexible spaces without a complete rebuild?
- What plan is in place to deal with the disruption caused by the construction?
- How will SAS manage pedestrian flow and ensure safety during the construction phase?
- How will dust pollution from the construction site be managed?
- What precautions are in place to mitigate noise pollution and vibrations caused during construction works?
- How will SAS ensure safety when granting access to the construction site?
- When is construction due to commence and how long will it take?
The new campus will bring to our students, faculty, and community members a variety of benefits across divisions.
In phase one, our elementary school will create spaces that will be flexible, responsive to student needs, and adaptable to innovations in education for decades to come.
With more learning space and stronger links to nature, the middle school will offer students more opportunities to create, connect, and explore.
With a forward-looking vision for our high school, the renovated spaces will enhance the student experience in a variety of ways.