Jane Addams Middle School

Recent Updates

Ribbon-cutting ceremony, Sept. 2, 2014

Address: 11051 34th Avenue NE, Seattle

Overview

This project repurposes the Jane Addams building as a comprehensive middle school for northeast Seattle. Originally opened in 1949 as a junior high school in the Shoreline School District, Jane Addams was then annexed into Seattle Public Schools in 1954. Since closing as a middle school in 1983, the building has housed a variety of community programs, an alternative K-12 school and the Hazel Wolf K-8 program.

Budget

$7.3 million

Project Description

The phased construction project modernized and repurposed the 165,000 square foot school building to accommodate 960 middle school students, alleviating overcrowding at Eckstein Middle School.

By taking a phased approach, the school was opened as a new school to alleviate middle school crowding in fall 2014. The remaining work was done primarily during the summer months to avoid disruption to teaching and learning.

Sustainability

Energy efficiency was be improved through the use of lighting controls, and efficient mechanical and electrical systems.

School design: Hutteball Oremus Architecture
Construction management: Seattle Public Schools


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