The facility would accommodate about 1,200 students, the district says in a news release.
Plans call for an active learning wing that will contain performing arts, athletic and career technology spaces. A three-story core learning wing will form the courtyard’s north side. The single-story student services building will be situated on the courtyard’s south side.
Tyee students would attend the district's Olympic Interim Site for two years while the new facility is under construction.
To pay for construction, Highline will need voters to approve another school bond request. The school board is expected to decide this summer when it will schedule a referendum.
Integrus Architecture is the architect.