Everett High School, designed in 1910 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is an impressive example of Beaux Arts Academic Classicism. The school is rich in detail, constructed of brick with ornamental terra cotta entrance arches, window trim and cornice. The historic entry was restored, and new formal entry stairs were added. The building's interior was returned to its original clarity, removing alterations. The historic character was retained with 16 foot wide corridors, generous interior stairs, and a series of focal public spaces, including the library, administration area and student assembly spaces. The high school site was designed with open lawn, arch sidewalks, and formal tree plantings that reinforce the circulation plan and the formality of the architecture.


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