On January 7, 2002 students returned from vacation to their new school.
From July 2000 to December 2001, demolition and new construction occurred in the location of the existing Co-op, while the Maplewood Center building underwent modernization to meet program and code requirements.
The new, two-story school and modernized Center are enclosed as one building with the commons serving as a focal point adjacent to the main entrance. The two programs can be spatially integrated, with some Center classrooms located in the new building and some Co-op classrooms located in the modernized building.
The school accommodates 450 Co-op students and 50 Center students.