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Hill Central School

Sunlit atrium with curvilinear ornament inspires learning at Hill Central School

The City of New Haven’s ongoing efforts to revitalize and/or rebuild all its public schools includes the construction of Hill Central School, the fourth public school designed by Kenneth Boroson Architects as part of this program.  Originally known as Hill Central Music Academy, the small, environmentally problematic school was replaced by a brand new 77,500 sf building on the same 4-acre site in a densely-populated neighborhood. 

The new PreK-8 school was designed to LEED Silver equivalency and Connecticut High Performance Building Standards.

Type:
New construction designed to LEED Silver equivalency

Program: 
PreK-8th grade school for 540 students includes 24 classrooms, gymnasium, cafeteria with stage, music room, art room and science and computer laboratories, administrative spaces and support service areas

Area: 
77,500 sf

Construction Cost: 
$29,500,000

Project Status: 
Completed in 2012

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