Columbus Indiana - Columbus, Indiana. Unexpected. Unforgettable.
You need to upgrade your Flash Player
This website requires the Macromedia Flash Player.

Click here to get the latest Flash Player

Learning Institutions

Jump To:  A - F | G - L | M - R | S - Z | All
Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation
1200 Central Ave.
Columbus, IN
Phone: 812-376-4234
Fax: 812-376-4486
Visit Website

The original Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation Headquarters (formerly ArvinMeritor Headquarters) was designed by Charles Sparrell in 1896 as a four-room schoolhouse. In 1989, Ratio Architects revamped the school into a handsome headquarters...

more information...
Clifty Creek Elementary
4625 East 50 North
Columbus, IN
Designed by Richard Meier in 1982, the school of aggregate block, white-glazed block, and glass is sited on 22 sloping acres.

more information...
Columbus East High School
230 S Marr Rd
Columbus, IN
Phone: 812-376-4367
Fax: 812-376-4358
Visit Website

The school was designed by Mitchell-Giurgola Architects in 1972. The sleek building is sandwiched in a white skin and rests on 52 acres. The large brick entries define the courtyard spaces and emphasize the role of the entry.

more information...
Columbus Learning Center
4555 Central Ave Suite 2100
Columbus, IN
Phone: 812-314-8500
Fax: 812-314-8503
Visit Website

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Design Architect, Kevin Kennon former design partner. The Columbus Learning Center is a multi-tenant education facility and community resource center. The design of the two-story building is inspired by the surrounding l...

more information...
Columbus Signature Academy - Fodrea Campus
2775 Illinois Avenue
Columbus, IN
Paul Kennon of Caudill Rowlett Scott designed the building in 1973 as a “people-centered” school. It was one of the first schools in the country to serve the dual purpose of education and as a gathering place for the community. It offers elementary e...

more information...
Columbus Signature Academy - Lincoln Campus
750 5th Street
Columbus, IN
Gunnar Birkerts designed Lincoln in 1967 as a building within a building. The layout is a square within a circle within a square. The multi-purpose room has hallways on either side, and the second story hallways have an overhead view of the space. Th...

more information...
Jump To:  A - F | G - L | M - R | S - Z | All



Powered By: simpleview
 





Columbus Spotlight