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June 29, 2020
Sehome High School is a 190,000 square foot, two-story high school for 1,200 students in Bellingham. The project was finished last year.
It replaces the original 1966 high school with a modern facility, which was built on the original site while existing facilities remained largely in use.
The new school has one main structure with a two-story academic wing and a performing arts and physical education wing. It also includes classrooms, science labs, visual and performing arts spaces, library, gymnasium, commons and cafeteria.
Other work on the site included installation of a synthetic surface track, synthetic turf playfields, six tennis courts, parking and bus access.
Owner: Bellingham School District
Architect: Dykeman Architects
Contractor: Dawson Construction
Structural engineer: Reid Middleton, Inc.
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