Enumclaw High School

The vision of the Enumclaw School District Board of Directors is to erect a two-story, secure and enclosed, structure on the south side of the Enumclaw High School campus that would replace aging classrooms, the library, science labs and music facility. This replacement structure would dovetail into the remodeled commons, offices, and art and automotive wing (remodeled in 2000) creating a more secure facility for students, guests and staff.

The new structure, which would cover the area south of the commons and courtyard, would have just three entrances and additional parking, making it more accessible to the community for events, while also providing more security.

The 122,000-square-foot additions, which would also include science labs, a music facility and centralized library, would be similar to high school buildings currently being, or recently, built in the neighboring Auburn and Tahoma school districts to create a safe learning environment. (122,000 new building area, 48,000 existing building remodel area for a total square footage of 168,000.)

The plan, approximately two years, would call for the work to be completed in phases to keep students on site during construction.