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Viewfinder: Woodinville High School's New Look

Construction is not yet complete but it is on schedule.

Just in time for the start of the school year took Patch on a tour to show off their newly remodeled building. Designed by Studio Meng Strezzara of Seattle, phase one includes a new three story classroom wing, an upadated nursing program area, student store, commons area and classrooms.

The new gym annex is scheduled to open in December of 2011 and will include an aerobics exercise room and team meeting room. Exits from the annex lead out onto the sports field and track.

The preforming arts building is still under construction, and when finished will boast a 450 seat theater with band and choir rooms adjacent. For now the band and choir are being housed in the old administration building at the back of the campus. The performing arts building is on schedule to open for the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year.

Bernice September 09, 2011 at 12:07 AM
Looks awesome. I cant believe I missed out on the demolishing/removing of the 3 story classroom building that the kids so fondly referred to as a prison since it was designed by the same architect that designed the Monroe penitentiary. Its been a long time coming. My daughter graduated in 2009 and never got to enjoy any new aspects of the first phase of the remodeling that started back in 2008. She would never recognize it today. Hope the new students coming up appreciate their new home and treat/respect it with pride.
Karin Hsiao September 09, 2011 at 01:41 AM
My daughter is an incoming sophomore and DEFINITELY appreciates the new building. Thanks to all the past students (and staff) who worked their way around the construction for so many years!

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