New High School
Following a comprehensive planning process and successful $256.75 million bond program, Huckabee and Montgomery ISD set to work on a new 350,000 square foot, state-of-the-art campus to serve as the district’s second high school. The campus is designed along a “main street corridor” that connects the media center / library and academic wing to public core components, including fine arts, athletics and CTE programs. Academic wings are grouped in a flexible arrangement that supports multi-disciplinary programming. The campus aesthetic responds to the topography, benefiting from maximum north exposure, which provides ample day lighting. Clerestory windows line the main corridors. The materials palette offers a modern aesthetic, combining limestone, brick, metal panels, large expanses of glass and engineered wood veneer.
Provide capacity and create a learning place that aligns with the district’s strategic plan of implementing innovative and inspiring teaching methods, including the integration of new and emerging technology
Natural daylighting, sold masonry wall system, energy efficient HVAC system, high performance glazing, native landscaping, LED lighting, shading devices, standing seam metal roof, detention pond, terrazzo flooring, water conserving fixtures, good indoor air quality