opsis architecture

At Woodburn’s Success High School, our team designed the school around a unique alternative education program to serve grades 10-12 students not well-served by the traditional high school setting. The project is a model for creating small learning communities, with a commitment to developing positive and productive partnerships with families.

Opsis designed the net-zero energy school, structured around the idea of a “building that teaches” to make sustainability a visible learning tool. With a focus on community and interaction, we designed the building around a dynamic, multi-level Commons area. Classrooms open to the Commons, allowing student learning to happen in a variety of settings. The classrooms are designed for smaller class sizes and individualized curriculum supported by small student work rooms off each classroom, providing greater flexibility for learning styles.

Completed in 2018, the school is a visible landmark for the District’s commitment to serving all students with learning spaces that allow them to reach their full potential as young adults.

  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
 
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
  • Success High School
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