|Every classroom wing in Ridgeview has one flex-space classroom, with movable |
doors in between standard-sized classrooms.
|Ridgeview's library/media room|
|Every classroom wing at Ridgeview has a few pocket-sized rooms for small groups|
|Several Ridgeview classrooms, including this computer lab, have large rolling doors that open to common |
areas that may be used to expand instructional space.
|Daylight, from windows, light wells and skylights, are the immedicate difference |
from Redmond High that visitors to Ridgeview will see.
|The gym at Ridgeview is a pair of full-sized courts that altogther can seat 2,000 specators.|
|Ridgview's 600-seat audiotorium contained a full orchestra pit, trap doors on the stage and several |
stories of height backstage for equipment and sets
|Ridgeview's main gym|
|Ridgeview's wrestling room|
|Ridgeview Principal Lee Loving views the expansive backstage |
area at Ridgeview's theater
|Student instructional area for Ridgeview's culinary classes|
|Ridgeview's commons is bookended by both a student and school-run kitchen, a student |
bookstore and glasswalled meeting room, which will be available for public use
|An instructional space in the engineering/tecnology area|
|The "green screen" room for filming in Ridgeviews audio-visual technology area|
|Ridgeview High School's main entrance|
|Ridgeview's athletic facilities are hoped to provide a great sports experience for students, the community and -- eventually -- visiting sporting events who want to pay for the privlege|
|While Ridgeview has much more daylight coming into the interior than Redmond High, |
it also has awnings to shield the rooms from the sun in the warm months.