This month, our team was pleased to celebrate the Topping Out Ceremony at the future home of Compositive Primary, a new, 3 year old -5th grade school designed by Tryba Architects. Located on the Fitzsimons Innovation Campus, Compositive Primary will serve an integral role in the community, educating the children of parents working, including faculty, staff and students on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
The new school’s philosophy of “whole education,” will support every child’s capacity to reflect and learn, recognize and act, care and connect, and engage and serve. Classes will begin in a temporary location in the Fall of 2019 and in the new school building in January 2020.
Staff, donors, future students, and their families, as well as members of the design and construction staff, attended the Topping Out Ceremony on April 6. During the event, attendees had the opportunity to sign the roof structure of the Daniel L. Ritchie Bell Tower before it was raised into place, leaving a lasting impact on a community and a school they’ll soon call their own.
Congratulations, Compositive Primary. We’re excited for this new chapter on the campus to begin! To learn more about Compositive Primary and their innovative educational program, please click here. To learn more about Tryba Architects’ master planning work for the ambitious, 125-acre Fitzsimons Innovation Campus, please click here.