The design of this new high school was heavily influenced by the hilly site.  The building is two-story to minimize the footprint, and is perched on a knoll.  Natural daylight is emphasized throughout.  Overhangs and shading devices are used at all glass locations to reduce glare and save energy.  The interior focal point is a soaring, two-story commons area near the front entry.  The adjacent media center is on full display through a glass wall.  The predominant building materials are brick, stone, glass and stained concrete in natural colors.