Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools - high schools

Designers: Lein, Stanek and Willson, Architects (firm); Robinson Construction Company (firm); Lein ; E. Lee Robinson (building contractor); Stanek ; Willson ; John Wyckoff (architect)

Dates: constructed 1995-1997

1300 NW 139th Street
Vancouver, WA 98685-1858

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John Wyckoff, of Lein, Stanek and Willson, acted as the Project Architect for the New Skyview High School. Begun October 1995, the 262,000-square foot school cost $28,171,500, and was the sixth most expensive public building erected in Washington in 1995. Wyckoff designed the school to serve 2000 students accommodated in "houses," within the whole complex. Part of the 49.5 acre parcel was restored to become a wetlands habitat.

49.5 acre site partially dedicated to wetlands. With a capacity of 2000 students, the design creates distinct "houses" within the school for greater intimacy

PCAD id: 6222