See two proposed new Highline Public Schools at upcoming community meetings

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An architect from Integrus presents an update on design progress at a meeting of the design review committee for the new middle school at Glacier.

Design review committee members provide feedback on early design work for the future elementary school at Zenith.

Highline Public Schools will be holding two community meetings where architects and design review committees will share progress on the early design of the new schools approved by voters last November.

“Your questions and feedback are important and welcome.”

WHAT: Community Meeting | New Middle School at Glacier

WHEN: Tuesday, June 6: 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.

WHERE: Hilltop Elementary School cafeteria

  • You are invited to see the progress on schematic designs by Integrus Architecture.
  • The future middle school will be located at the site of the former Glacier High School, 2450 South 142nd Street, SeaTac, WA 98168.

The second meeting will be Thursday, June 8:

WHAT: Community Meeting | New Elementary School at Zenith

WHEN: Thursday, June 8: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Des Moines Elementary School gym

  • You are invited to see the progress on conceptual designs by Hutteball & Oremus Architecture.
  • The future elementary school site is at 16th Place South & South 240th Street, Des Moines, WA 98198.

A meeting to update the community on the early design work for the rebuild of Highline High School will be announced as soon as possible.

School staff have done a lot of big picture visioning and detailed planning work with the architects and project staff on the three school building projects funded by the bond.

Design review committees are responding to early design concepts and providing feedback to the architects. Each committee includes parents, neighbors, school employees and community members.

Read all the latest project updates and see the site maps and timelines for the 2016 bond projects at

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