South Christian High School’s New Location Focuses on Collaboration

By  January 22, 2019

South Christian High School
Byron Center, MI
December 2018

South Christian High School moved from their previous school, built in 1952, to a new vibrant, future-focused 175,000 square foot facility in Byron Center. Their new location focuses on collaboration and is designed to adapt to the school’s expanding student body.

Custer provided free standing furniture throughout the entire building, including classrooms, common spaces, offices, staff lounge, atrium, and library.

Three different classroom package options were provided to teaching staff to choose from in order to best suit their class style’s needs. And for collaboration outside of the classroom, five break out commons spaces were created throughout the facility, and the library was furnished to accommodate a full classroom of students.

South Christian High School’s new educational environment is poised to accommodate students and staff well into the future.

Salespeople: Emily Heilig & Lana Voelker
Project Manager: Quinton Adkins
Designers: Sara Dupin (Via Design) and Ashley Newton (Custer)
Architect: AMDG Architects
Construction: Dan Vos Construction

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