The Highline High School (HHS) project is right on schedule according to Bassetti Architects. They met with community members to share the final design and next steps.
We are busy building the school projects you approved in the 2016 bond to give students room to learn—thank you, voters! Increased space will lower elementary class sizes. New facilities and upgraded security features will improve safety in every school. Additional design work will speed future bond progress. We are on target to complete every project on time and within budget.
Community members spent four hours touring several of our older school buildings on Saturday, February 2.
Deadline extended! High school students now in 9th- and 10th-grade who are affected by boundary changes may opt to stay at their current high school through graduation.
It’s a big ask, but Highline’s volunteer school bond planners are up to the task. Our Capital Facilities Advisory Committee meets each month to work on recommendations for future school construction needs in our district. Find out what they are learning and talking about.
Join Bassetti Architects and the design review committee to see the final design of the new Highline High School from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on February 7 in the HHS library.
Watch the crew from Bayley Construction and Ironworkers Local 86 raise the last piece of steel high in the air and place it with precision under the roof of Glacier Middle School in SeaTac.