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About

The center portion of Olympic High School will be demolished. In its place, a two-story core with career and technical education and other permanent classrooms that will get students out of portables. The core will also include a library, auditorium, commons area and a secure entryway. The old library is being converted to new science labs and a special education classroom.  

Improvements at Olympic High School are possible thanks to our community's support of a capital projects measure in 2016. Work will be complete in fall 2018. 

Why It's Needed

Parents and community members have emphasized the need to get rid of portable classrooms. The proposed plan will add permanent classrooms. Olympic High School was built in 1979. Since then, the needs of employers have changed a lot. Technical education classrooms are dated and no longer support what students need to learn.

Project Milestones

Read more about our progress in these articles (on our site and on the district website):

  • May 31, 2017: Groundbreaking ceremony celebrates the official start of work.

  • March 22, 2017: Library moves out to prepare for work. Fences going up in spring. 

  • Feb. 10, 2017: Board approves design development. Construction slated to start this spring.

  • Sept. 29, 2016: CK School Board approves first phase of design work 

  • May 12, 2016: Bond dollars start going to work. 

  • March 31, 2016: Students wield pens for future of campus

  • Feb 22, 2016: Thank you Central Kitsap! Bond measure is certified. 

     

Project Features

  • Rebuilt core square footage: 88,100
  • New classrooms: 24 plus 2 labs
  • Modern and flexible career & technical classrooms to help students learn 21st century skills
  • Secure entryway
  • Expanded commons 
  • A new library
  • New performing arts center

Thank You

We thank our students, families and all those in the community whose support helps us provide the modern classrooms our students need and deserve. We'd also like to thank members of the Project Review Committee, who devoted numerous hours to develop the modernization plans:

  • Brandon Brown, CTE Teacher
  • Erika Cassel, Librarian
  • Doyle Clouser, Assistant Principal
  • Jim Daniel, Science Teacher
  • Mindy Eisele, English 
  • Wayne Gizzi, Special Education
  • Alexys Haun, Assistant Principal
  • Kris Howell, Career Center and Aviation
  • Rebecca Johnson, Principal 
  • Cris Larsen, Community Member
  • Tom McVicker, Voval Music
  • Doug Newell, CKSD Executive Director of Business and Operations
  • Don Richard, ISS Monitor
  • Robin Shoemaker, CKSD Director of Capital Projects
  • Carla Yenko, Math and Paraeducator

Design & Construction

Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects
Korsmo Construction, Inc.

Questions

Call 360-662-8270 or email info@ckschools.org.