HIGH SCHOOL PROJECTS
Great Crossing High School
Scott County Schools
Scott County is the fastest growing county in Kentucky. Great Crossing High School answers to this growth and will help relieve overcrowding at the current Scott County High School. Great Crossing is designed to be a leading twenty-first century learning environment, opening in Fall 2019.
Harlan County High School
Harlan County schools
Harlan County High School replaced three high schools. Harlan County High School is oriented so classrooms provide a spectacular view of the Cumberland River while flooding each room with ambient northern light. Throughout the school, natural light has been incorporated wherever possible. This design is the first of its kind for an educational facility in Kentucky.
Madison Southern High School Addition/Renovation
Madison County Schools
Madison Southern High School is now a landmark to the residents of Berea, KY. Rather than tear down the building and start new, Clotfelter/Samokar developed a master plan of phased additions and major renovations, while retaining the original structure built in 1980. MSHS nearly doubled in size and the rest of the school was renovated. The design joined the existing separate buildings into one facility, providing access throughout.
Madison Central High School Addition/Renovation
Madison County schools
Madison Central High School is a sentimental landmark to the residents of Richmond, KY. Rather than tear down the building and start new, Clotfelter/Samokar developed a master plan of phased additions and major renovations, while retaining the original structure built in 1930. MCHS nearly doubled in size and the rest of the school was renovated - essentially providing them with a new facility.
Hazard High School Renovation
Students and visitors are now greeted by a new exterior gathering pavilion, boulder garden, and patio area. The existing cafeteria and main entry feature dramatic changes with new glass and metal panel façades that introduce more natural light into the building and present a fresh new identity for the campus. Hazard High School boasts newly renovated Science and Home Ec Departments complete with new casework, equipment, and finishes and a newly constructed Allied Health Lab featuring medical simulation equipment
Bullitt Central High School Addition/Renovation
Bullitt County Schools
Bullitt Central High School includes a series of flexible instructional labs, an allied health lab, a television studio, a multi-purpose room, an internet café and a gallery. The school functions to provide a college and career focus.
Muhlenberg County High School Addition/Renovation Area Technology Center, Auditorium, Football Complex
This multi-phase project was the result of Muhlenberg County Schools combining their two high school campuses into one campus. The addition of the Area Technology Center is the third phase of an overall Campus Master Plan. Subsequent phases consist of renovating the original portion of the West Campus High School into Learning Academies to support College and Career Readiness for the students of Muhlenberg County.
Knox Central High School
Knox County Schools
Knox Central High School rests on a beautiful site in the hills of Barbourville, KY. The design takes advantage of the scenic site with a custom designed patio off the cafeteria overlooking the foliage. KCHS is a compilation of input from faculty, administration and all end-users; it is a functional and aesthetically-pleasing facility – a true fusion of architecture and education.
Leslie County High School & Middle School Addition/Renovation
Leslie County Schools
Due to a shortage of land, the Leslie County Board of Education was faced with the lack of a suitable site for a new Middle School. Our proposed solutions was to construct a new 1,000-student high school over the existing school, renovate and convert the existing high school into a 500-student middle school and construct a new media center, cafeteria and vocational program spaces to be shared by both schools. Our coordination of construction activities allowed school to remain in session throughout the construction and renovation.