Facility Planning & Construction

  • Thank you for your support of Proposition 1 — the $244 million bond measure that voters approved in February 2015. This investment in Snoqualmie Valley schools is working to construct a 6th elementary school (Timber Ridge Elementary School opened fall of 2016!); rebuild, expand and modernize Mount Si High School; reinstate a third middle school; and make district-wide facility improvements throughout our existing schools.
    The 62.5% percent YES vote for this bond is a strong endorsement by the community in support of the Snoqualmie Valley schools. The vote shows that community members are willing to generously invest in the students, schools and community. Support for this bond provides a solution for improving learning environments, in terms of updating existing schools and ensuring our District has ample space to educate our growing student population. It also shows a growing confidence in the good work that the Snoqualmie Valley School District is doing to educate the children and young people of this community. Thank you for supporting your schools and all children in the Snoqualmie Valley.
    Aerial of Mount Si High School construction, taken May 15, 2018
    Photo of new Mount Si High School construction taken May 2018
  • Front entrance to the new MSHS is marked by the red arrow on the left Rendering of the walking toward the front entrance from Meadowbrook Avenue
    View of the interior, inside the front entrance of the new Mount Si High School design
    Site map and architect renderings of the main entrance to the new Mount Si High School.
    Earthy industrial design elements will be used throughout the new school.
    At far right, rendering shows the Freshman Campus entrance of the school.
    Earthy industrial design materials Rendering of future Freshman Campus entrance from NAC Architecture

    To follow progress on capital bond projects:  Select Mount Si High School Expansion & Modernization, read the headlines below, and explore other links to the left.

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