South High Community School

Location

Worcester, MA

Area

360,000 square feet

Key Features

  • An MSBA-led feasibility study determined that a replacement school for the 1970’s-era, 246,000 square foot building was needed.
  • The new 1,420-student high school is being constructed using the CM@ Risk delivery method on the site of the current school, in operation.
  • A number of community services are offered at the school including the student-run nonprofit Andy’s Attic as well as a food pantry, daycare, and medical clinic.
  • In addition to the state-of-the-art media center auditorium, wellness center and classroom spaces, the school will include technical education spaces for culinary and auto tech.

 

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Key Contacts

Eric D. Moore

AIA

Principal

Christina S. Bazelmans

AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Project Architect

Christopher M. Lee

CSL, LEED AP

Project Manager

“In planning with the architects and the MSBA, I know the students who attend South High will have what they deserve – the best of everything.”

Maureen Binienda, Superintendent

Worcester Public Schools

Key Contacts

Eric D. Moore

AIA

Principal

Christina S. Bazelmans

AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Project Architect

Christopher M. Lee

CSL, LEED AP

Project Manager

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