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K-12

A school is a child's second home.

Design Philosophy

Each and every school day, 1/3 of the world’s population will learn in or work in a school. Education facilities are the single most occupied non-residential building in America, and on average, US citizens will spend 1/4 of their lives in an educational environment engaged in learning, socializing, and at play. It is the most important experience that each of us have during our formative years. For over sixty years, TSK has been committed to advancing the quality of the learning environment, and through design, celebrating the school experience.

K-12 Leadership

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MANAGING PRINCIPAL, HENDERSON

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DESIGN PRINCIPAL, HENDERSON

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DESIGN PRINCIPAL, RENO-TAHOE

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ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL, LOS ANGELES

Featured Projects

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Las Vegas, NV

Earl N. Jenkins

Elementary School

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Silverland

Middle School

Fernley, NV

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Northeast Career and

Technical Academy

Las Vegas, NV

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Rex Bell

Elementary School

Las Vegas, NV

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Arbor View

High School

Las Vegas, NV

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Sherman Oaks Center

for Enriched Studies

Los Angeles, CA

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Lincoln

Elementary School

Las Vegas, NV

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Academy of Arts, 

Career and Technology

Reno, NV

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Las Vegas Academy

Theater

Las Vegas, NV

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Western

High School

Las Vegas, NV

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Volcano Vista

High School

Albuquerque, NM

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Churchill Historic 

High School

Fallon, NV

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JM Ullom

Elementary School

Las Vegas, NV

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John F. Miller 

School

Las Vegas, NV

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Las Vegas Academy

Master Plan

Las Vegas, NV

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O'Brien

Middle School

Reno, NV

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Dorothy Lemelson

STEM Academy

Reno, NV

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Rancho 

High School

Las Vegas, NV

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Sage Ridge School

Master Plan

Reno, NV

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Legacy

High School

North Las Vegas, NV

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NSLA Charter School 

Main Campus

San Bernardino, CA

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Calabash Charter Academy

Modernization

Woodland Hills, CA

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Sunrise Mountain

High School

Las Vegas, NV

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Desert Oasis

High School

Las Vegas, NV

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Hannah Marie Brown

Elementary School

Henderson, NV

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Mount Rose

Elementary School

Reno, NV

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Jan Jones Blackhurst

Elementary School

Las Vegas, NV

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Lomie Heard

Elementary School

Las Vegas, NV

Publications and Awards

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Awards

Arbor View Prototype High School

2005. AIA Nevada Honor Award
2005. Southwest Contractor Award
2005. Craft Award, International Union of Bricklayers

2002. AIA Nevada Citation Award
2002. CEFPI Southwest Region Project of Distinction

School Facts

2.1 BILLION PEOPLE

Every School Day 1/3 of the world’s population will either work in, or attend school.


-United Nations & US Department of Education

1/4 OF
LIFE

On average, US citizens will spend 1/4 of their lives going to school and school buildings are the single most occupied building type after houses.


-US Department of Education