Providing the ultimate in educational flexibility, Rosemont offers four classroom clusters that revolve around a central flex-lab—an open space designed for a variety of project-based or collaborative learning opportunities across disciplines. Classroom clusters can be organized departmentally, in a grade-level configuration, or into smaller learning communities. CAPACITY1,932COST PER SQ FT$241.00FEATURED IN2005 Architectural Portfolio story of the classroom building typically contains 12 to 14 multipurpose classrooms, a centrally situated flex-lab and a teacher-planning center.
This multiple-building campus plan maximizes natural light in classroom areas, reduces the scale of the facility, and provides access to outdoor teaching and gathering areas. Rosemont’s six academic buildings are organized around a pedestrian street and central courtyard that serves as the campus hub, and contains a multipurpose amphitheater and outdoor dining area.
The initial phase of construction includes the administration building, two two-story classroom buildings, the library/media center and laboratory building, the student commons/physical-education and athletics building, and the music and arts portion of the fine-arts building. The second phase includes the fourth classroom house, an auditorium and a swimming pool.