Bothell’s new high school is modeled on the best in the world (The Herald)
BOTHELL — Eric McDowell is a high school principal without students. For a few more months, at least.
McDowell arrived at the new North Creek High School in September as construction workers buzzed around the site. A half-dozen administrators have toiled since then to turn the otherwise unoccupied campus into a learning environment to match its state-of-the art design. That is to say, high-tech and ultra efficient, with sparks of Scandinavian inspiration.
“It’s a big, glorious building that’s entirely empty,” McDowell said. “Imagine everything you’ve ever expected in a school. We have to order all of that, from desks and textbooks to beakers and football helmets.”
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Article by Noah Haglund / The Herald
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