| Garfield School Design Team |
James A. Garfield High School
is one of the flagship high schools in the
Seattle Public Schools.
Originally opened in 1923, the buildings and grounds will undergo a $78.8 million renovation
starting in June, 2006, and completing in September, 2008, under the aegis of the
SPS Facilities Department.
The Garfield School Design Team is composed of faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, and
friends of Garfield, and its purpose is to assist the architects and Seattle Public Schools
building renovation professionals in creating a world-class design for the rejuvenated Garfield
High School physical plant.
If you have questions or comments, please see the
Frequently Asked Questions
If you don't find answers there, then please
This site was created on March 14, 2003, and is maintained by
to facilitate internal communication between the Garfield School Design Team members
and external communication with the Garfield High School community.|
Ben graduated from Garfield in 1978 (his brother and two sisters also graduated from Garfield), and is
also a founding director of the
Garfield High School Foundation.
Ben is responible for all costs associated with hosting and maintaining this site.
Garfield High School
400 23rd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
|Project Description: ||Partial demolition, historic renovation, new addition|
|Building Size: ||240,000 gross square feet|
|Capacity: ||1,600 students (grades 9-12)|
|Site Size: ||8.9 acres|
|Estimated Cost: ||$78.8 million|
|Schedule: ||Start of construction summer 2006; finish of construction fall 2008|
Last updated Tuesday, September 7th, 2004.
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