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C a s e s t u d y Champion for Change B y J a n e R a t H , a I a , a n d t R a v I s a l d e R s o n , P. e . © Barry Halkin Photography A former industrial site known for recreational drug dealing and as a dumping ground inhabited by vagrants and unwanted pets doesn’t seem to be an ideal place to locate a new high school. But when activist student group Youth United for Change championed the idea for smaller, greener high schools to reduce the dropout rate, the School District of Philadelphia divided its underperforming 2,000-student high school into four smaller schools. Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts helped revitalize the derelict site and the surrounding community while using less energy than any other school in the district. 6 HigH Performing Buildings Winter 2013

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of High Performing Buildings - Winter 2013

High Performing Buildings - Winter 2013
Commentary
Contents
Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts
Mercy Corps World Headquarters
Hood River Middle School Music and Science Building
UC Davis Health and Wellness Center
Gateway West Sustainable I
Technologies on Display
Advertisers Index

High Performing Buildings - Winter 2013

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