Cooper School addition has lessons to spare

McMillan Pazdan Smith | December 3, 2012

The Cooper School’s origins were very humble, serving 13 students six years ago in a converted 1950 duplex on Saint Andrews Boulevard.

The private K-5 school has been expanding ever since and took a dramatic step recently with an expansion that not only increased its size but also created an eye-catching form for those driving past on the busy highway.

The school had worked with architect Eddie Bello of McMillan Pazdan Smith, says Principal Kate Shorter, and their goal for the expansion was to create a structure that expressed the school’s culture.

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