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Edmonds School District

Chase Lake Community School

Chase Lake Community School Photo

Project Description

Students greeted their new school when doors opened upon the start of the 2000-2001 school year. The new two-story school was built on the existing site.

A central circulation area showcases the structure. The entrances to the library and commons spaces are a focus on arrival inside the entrance to the building.

Students arriving by bus utilize a separate drive and entrance to the building from those arriving at the visitor/parent drop-off entrance area at the front of the school. The facility is designed to accommodate 575 students.

Program Features

  • 24 Classrooms - 4 Learning Centers, each with a Shared Space and 6 classrooms
  • Commons with Stage and Gym linked by an operable partition, which can be opened to provide space for large gatherings and performances
  • Parent/Community Room
  • Outdoor Learning Spaces/Play Area and ball fields
  • Covered outdoor play area
  • Library with adjacent computer lab and media room

Area: 56,044 s.f.

Start of Design: February 1998

Start of Construction: July 1999

Occupancy: September 2000

Principal at Construction: Patricia Johnson

Project Manager: Roger Schultz

Architect: Bassetti Architects, Seattle, WA