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Culver City

High School

Campus Guide

The campus guide provides a comprehensive assessment of Culver City High School’s built environment, from site to buildings. It uses both quantitative and qualitative data analysis to capture the current state of the school:

  • Physical condition

  • Community needs

  • Effectiveness for future-ready learning

Comprehensive Assessment
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For quantitative analysis, the facility condition assessment is completed by a professional facility assessor. Alongside campus staff, professional facility assessors evaluate all of the campus' major components to determine the lifespan from today and to project the costs needed to maintain the campus.

 

The final assessment is synthesized into the following report card. Click here to download.

Quantitative Analysis
FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT
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FACILITY ASSESSMENT REPORT CARD

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Qualitative Analysis
Actual Users

For qualitative analysis, a series of workshops, a site walk-through and a community forum capture how the campus functions daily and throughout the year.

Working with the campus’ site committee—volunteers including teachers, school principal and maintenance staff, and the campus’ actual users—parents and community members, priorities are recorded and synthesized into two maps.

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OUTSIDE-IN

Zooms out to show the entire site.

Click on the arrows to cycle through each of the findings.

Drop-off / Pick-up

Drop off area does not work for the student population. Traffic from neighboring campuses and current approach creates a situation that is chaotic.

INSIDE-OUT

Zooms in to highlight individual buildings.

Click on the arrows to cycle through each of the findings.

Cafeteria and Kitchen

Dining area is too small and functions poorly. Kitchen has limited capacity and is in poor condition. 

Priorities

The Facility Master Plan will focus on the following:

  • Improve Drop-off / Pick-up

  • Improve Bike Approach

  • Expand Staff and Student Parking

  • Improve Safety and Supervision

  • Expand Outdoor Play

  • Improve Outdoor Dining

  • Improve Outdoor Gathering

  • Improve Outdoor Learning

  • Improve Site Storage

  • Expand Cafeteria and Kitchen

  • Replace Gym

  • Improve Digital Hub and Student Store

  • Expand Robotics and Specialized Learning

  • Replace Portables

  • Improve Classroom Buildings

  • Expand Health Center

  • Improve Learning Center

  • Add Storage

MASTER PLAN DESIGN

Click on the arrows to cycle through each of the findings.

Existing Site Plan

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Next Steps

The rough order of magnitude costs for academic and non-academic facilities will begin being posted by September 2019.