Davis Design’s enduring partnership with Lutheran High Northeast began in 1999 with the design of their inaugural school phase. Following subsequent phases in 2001, 2005, and 2011, Lutheran High engaged Davis Design again in 2022 for Phase V: a 12,875-square-foot expansion featuring new science and agriculture classrooms alongside a vocational shop.

The science room integrates a classroom and lab setup—featuring seven modern lab stations with gas, electrical, and water hookups, ample storage, and a dedicated cleaning station for beakers and glassware. Adjacent is the vocational agriculture classroom accompanying the newly constructed shop, equipped with woodworking and metals areas, welding booths, agricultural study rooms, and workstations with electrical and air supply provisions.

This expansion not only facilitates enhanced learning environments for science and vocational studies but also amplifies the school’s commitment to comprehensive education.

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