Saxony Lutheran High School was constructed to provide a permanent home for the secondary grade levels of students from 22 congregations in southeast Missouri.
The building includes seven standard classrooms; art, music and science classrooms; a computer classroom; and library. A 1,000-seat gymnasium anchors the building core along with the chapel and common area. CAPACITY300COST PER SQ FT$97.50FEATURED IN2005 Architectural Portfolio support areas include a lobby; administrative suite; full-service kitchen area; janitorial, mechanical, electrical, telephone and data equipment; and restrooms serving both the gymnasium and the general building.
The initial building is the first phase of the school’s master plan. Future expansion will include classrooms, an independent chapel, and other educational and physical-education support spaces.
Phase I of the site-development plan includes the building, parking, a soccer field, stormwater-retention basin and an on-site lagoon system for sanitary treatment. Future phases will include baseball, football and softball fields, as well as additional practice fields.