Mount Si High School Selected as Finalist for 2018 World Architecture News Awards
The Mount Si High School replacement project not only supports the long-term educational needs of the Snoqualmie Valley School District, but it embodies what the Snoqualmie Valley community is known for: forward thinking, innovation, and progress.
Designed for the 21st century student, the new high school combines a series of small learning communities with centrally located shared spaces that encourage interaction. A progressive, STEM-based environment will give students an interdisciplinary, project-based experience as they prepare for college.
The project has been selected as one of five finalists by the World Architecture News (WAN) awards, in the Future Projects: Education category. WAN is considered the world’s largest international architectural awards program, which prides itself on creating a level playing field for original, inspirational design. We are humbled to be considered alongside such a talented group of peers!
Winners of the 2018 WAN Awards will be announced on November 20th, at the annual presentation dinner in London. Learn more about the program and see other finalists here: http://www.wanawards.com/about/2018-entries/
More information on the Mount Si High School replacement here: https://www.nacarchitecture.com/portfolio/MountSiHS.html