Walnut Street Elementary School

Walnut Street Elementary School

W_LeMay
My idea for a new school serving the downtown area of Sylva, North Carolina. It would be located in an expanded College Hill neighborhood that would extend into the present site of Jackson Plaza and onto several undeveloped hilltops and the place where the burned Western Sizzlin' Steakhouse Restaurant once stood. The school would be on a hill overlooking the area around Main Street and would have 20 classrooms, with 15 students each, making the enrollment about 300. It would be one of several replacements of the aging, 750-student Fairview School, which was built in 1972-74. It is based on the old Sylva Elementary School, which stood in downtown from 1929 until 1975. The building inside would be modern with more traditional elements, such as wood beadboard and doors. There would be an office, cafeteria, library, computer lab, music room, art room, and auditorium in the main building, with an additional building in the rear next to the playgrounds housing the Gymnasium. Feel free to use this model as you see fit, on the condition that you contact me first so I know where it is being used (I'd love to see it wherever it ends up), and give me a mention or credit wherever it is used or published. #School #SitePlan #HistoricArchitecture #ClassicalRevival
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