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Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Future - New Building and Renovation

On December 18, 2014, to address future overcrowding at the middle school level, the School Board voted to move H-B Woodlawn to a site in Rosslyn currently occupied by the Wilson School. H-B Woodlawn, the HILT program, and the Stratford Program will begin the 2019-2020 school year at a newly constructed building on the site. The estimated capacity of the building will be 775.  H-B Woodlawn will grow by 10% by 2019 to accommodate the crowding in Arlington.
These photos are artist renderings of conceptual design possibilities for the new school.   View the entire powerpoint presentation which shows conceptual designs of a renovated school on Vacation Lane, a new school on the Wilson property and a third possibility at the Reed building in Westover (which was not adopted).  There are even some possibilities of where to locate the frisbee field at the Wilson site.  The actual design for the new building has not yet been determined. 
 
A new 1,000 seat neighborhood middle school will occupy the current building on Vacation Lane, starting in 2019 as well.
 
The Stratford Program will move during the summer of 2017 to accommodate construction of an addition to our current building on Vacation Lane, to a location TBA.  They will link back up with us in 2019 in our new building. 
 
As a result, there will be construction on H-B Woodlawn’s campus beginning in 2017. Construction of the new H-B Woodlawn building in Rosslyn will also begin in 2017.
 
There are Building Level Planning Committees (BLPC) for both campuses that began in April of 2015. Please contact Casey Robinson or Graham McBride in the main office for more information.
 
Read the press release of the adopted secondary capacity options.  The School Board made the decision after a lot of discussion in the community.  Click here to see a full history of the decision making process and the contributions made by our PAC
 
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