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 daylighting. 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.