This new three-story facility for the Notre Dame School Campus provides classroom space for up to 450 elementary and middle school students.
First Immanuel Lutheran School
21st Century Elements Provide Flexible Learning Models | Cedarburg, WI
First Immanuel Lutheran Church’s 65-year-old elementary school wing became insufficient for adding more students and facilitating 21st century learning.
GROTH Design Group designed a building addition that includes 14 new classrooms grouped around two age-segregated Learning Streets. The open and flexible Learning Streets provide inviting/day-lit group/collaboration spaces which will also be available for after-school church group usage.
Six offices and a reception area create an office suite which also entails reconfiguring the building’s administrative wing.
21st century elements, such as openable glass classroom walls, flexible furnishings, small-group collaboration spaces are flexible to meet the teacher’s desired education model.
The new high school is the visual center of the campus and incorporates a palette of materials and forms unifying the variety of current building styles while also conforming to strict design regulations.
The project includes worship space with seating for approximately 1,000, gathering space, fellowship hall, offices, kitchen and basement.