Three Phased Building Program

Stevens & Wilkinson worked closely with Putnam County School Board and GMK Associates, Inc. to design this new high school for Putnam County Schools. The 177,000-square foot facility is the first phase of a three-school master plan on 127 acres and is funded through voter-approved one cent sales tax.

Achieving One's Creative Potential

The new school is designed for 1,000, 9th through 12th grade students, with a core capacity for 1,200 students.The Main Street circulation spine of the school interconnects a suite of key spaces physically and visually. The bright and airy material palette gives the campus a non-institutional appearance that frees students to achieve their creative potential.

Community Spaces

The new Putnam High School will also provide after-hours use of the black box theater for community programs, as the school’s goal to act as an anchor for the developing community.

The new Putnam County High School sits on more than 127-acres and features a “Main Street” circulation, bright and airy palette, and a core student capacity of 1,200 students.

Design Award:
Learning By Design – 2012 Spring Outstanding Award

ClientPutnam County School BoardLocationEatonton, GeorgiaProject Size177,000 square feetServicesArchitecture, Engineering