The Upper Merion Area High School in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, provides career and higher-education-level learning spaces for students. The flexible building organization moves away from a traditional content or age configuration to be more centered on student aptitude and career interests. Various learning spaces are provided throughout the building. At the heart of the facility, the student commons area is a true adaptation of spaces found in higher education. Used throughout the day for multiple activities, the multilevel accessible design is intended to adapt to any student’s individual learning style and promote self-motivated learning and socialization.
Read more about Upper Merion Area High School, Student Commons and view a photo gallery at SchoolDesigns.com.