At Wednesday’s (May 8) school board meeting, the high school’s architect, Roger Richardson, announced that the Council for Education Facility Planners International (CEFPI) awarded Fluvanna County High School for the best new high school design in Virginia for 2013.  After winning the state level competition, the new high school’s building subsequently won the best new high school design for the Southeastern United States, which includes 10 states from Florida to Virginia.

It represents acknowledgement and recognition of what you guys planned to do when you set out to build this high school,” said Richardson to the school board.  “You’re getting complimented on what you’ve done.”

Jury member’s notes included comments such as, “it’s obvious that this school’s planning stated with a visions for 21st century learning” and “… a blend of heritage and what we know about effective learning spaces.”

The building is now officially LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified, making it the first of such buildings in Fluvanna County.



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