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Architects Sought to Design New High School

North Eugene High School first to begin design process

Voters in Eugene School District 4J resoundingly passed the school bond measure in November 2018 to fund capital improvements for 4J schools. Bond funds will be used to construct new school buildings for three schools with aging facilities, repair schools, improve security, update technology and learning materials, support career technical education, and more. Every school will benefit.

Before building the new schools, they must first be designed. The district will select architects this spring to design the first new schools.

First to be selected will be the architect team for design of the new North Eugene High School. Statements of Qualification from architectural firms are being accepted now until Friday, May 3. Architect proposals must address sustainability and efficiency, certify non-discrimination in employment practices, and identify their resident status.

The new facility for North Eugene High School will be built on the west end of the school property. The old Silver Lea school building will be demolished to make way for construction after Corridor Elementary School and Yujin Gakuen Japanese Immersion Elementary School relocate in summer 2020.

The new high school is slated to be completed and open in 2023. After the new school is built, the current NEHS building will be renovated to house other programs.

The Edison Elementary School architect team will be the second to be selected. Submissions will be solicited in May.

Proposals for architectural services for North Eugene High School are due Friday, May 3, 2019, at 12 noon.

North Eugene High School:
Request for Statements of Qualification for Architectural Services for Design


North Eugene Project Updates 
Bond Measure Information 


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