Community Feedback on Conceptual Designs for New High School Facilities
On November 8, 2016, the Piedmont community approved Measure H1, authorizing $66 million in school construction bonds to modernize school facilities to better support educational programs. This measure was approved by 74% of the Piedmont voters, and the District is grateful for this remarkably strong community support for education. The next step is to develop concept designs for new facilities, and the District is looking forward to working with the community in this process.

The District is holding three community town hall meetings to discuss concept designs for new high school facilities:

Saturday, April 1, 9:00 – 11:00 am, PHS Student Center, 800 Magnolia Avenue
Thursday, April 6, 12:30 – 2:00 pm, Ellen Driscoll Theater, 325 Highland Avenue
Tuesday, April 18, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, PHS Student Center, 800 Magnolia Avenue

All are welcome and encouraged to participate, regardless of whether you have students in the Piedmont schools. We look forward to hearing from you.

Please RSVP at so District staff knows how many people plan to attend.

Your input on the following questions will help guide District Staff, architects, and the Board of Education in refining a conceptual plan for Piedmont High School that best meets the educational goals of the H1 Bond Program.

Please visit the following links prior to answering the questions and providing feedback. The first link is a short video to help familiarize you with the 3 conceptual designs. The second link provides more detail behind each of the conceptual designs:

Short Video on the 3 Conceptual Designs for Piedmont High School:

Background information on each of the 3 Conceptual Designs for Piedmont High School:

Again, we invite you to attend one of the 3 community town hall meetings to learn more and provide your feedback into the designs.


Randall Booker, Superintendent

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Please let us know what you think about each of the three concept designs and their trade-offs.
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All three of the options include a new STEAM building and the modernization of classrooms. Please rank the following additional considerations in order from most important (1) to least important (6). Please do not select more than one response per column. *
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6 - Least Important
Energy efficiency of new buildings
Improved campus layout and student flow
New Alan Harvey Theater
Relocation of Binks Gym to Magnolia Avenue to improve community access
Create a campus with buildings in scale and proportion to each other (leverage the sloping topography to maintain the current scale of campus buildings)
Improve campus safety and security by providing administrative oversight of the entrance
Indicate if there is one concept design you prefer .
If you had a preference for one of the concept designs, please indicate why.
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Do you have another concept design in mind that meets the constraints relating to cost, limited real estate, and the need to avoid off-site relocation of students?
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Any other comments?
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