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Phase 1 Construction at Saint Francis

Phases

Phase 1 Construction Projects will be divided into 2 parts:

  • Phase 1A: Math and Science Innovation Center
  • Phase 1B: Student and Faculty/Staff Dining Commons

 

Architectural Renderings

Below you will find a slideshow with renderings of the finished construction as well as a link highlighting proposed landscaping.

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Enscape scene 1
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Proposed Landscaping

 

Project Background

  • 2013: Saint Francis High School begins collecting data from the school community as it works to craft the next version of the Campus Master Plan. 

    • The previous version of the Master Plan was completed in 2014, with the construction of the Kevin Makley Event Center, which included the Burns Family Pavilion and Alumni Gym

  • 2016: Saint Francis High School enlists HMC Architects to formalize the new Campus Master Plan

  • 2017: Saint Francis High School begins the approval process with the City of Mountain View for new construction on the campus. The initial application to the City includes:

    •  a new “Conditional Use Permit”, allowing Saint Francis High School to officially increase enrollment to 1,760 students*

    • a “Planned Unit Development Permit and Development Review Permit to construct two new buildings, including the Math & Science Center for Innovation and Dining Commons

      • The new, two story construction of these buildings will total 97,000 sq. ft., and replace two existing buildings (Holy Cross Hall and Dujare Hall), which total 42,000 sq. ft.. The buildings being replaced were built in 1956 and 1963

    • A Heritage Tree Removal Permit to remove 13 heritage trees (to be replaced by 26 new trees), and relocate 7 heritage trees, on the existing 25 acre school site.

  • 2018: Saint Francis High School submits formal application to City of Mountain View, and begins development of schematic design drawings

  • 2019: Saint Francis High School holds an informational meeting with neighbors of the school on September 25, 2019

  • 2020: Saint Francis High School completes Design Development drawings and submits to the City  of Mountain View for review

  • 2020: Saint Francis High School has initial meeting with Design Review Committee from the City of Mountain View on July 7

*Saint Francis High School’s enrollment has been 1,760 students since 2015. The new “Conditional Use Permit” is required in order to update the City of Mountain View records with the school’s current enrollment.


Contact

for comments and feedback directly to the school:
timhoulihan@sfhs.com
650-210-2422

for any comments or feedback from the general public:
Erin.Horan@mountainview.gov 
Assistant Planner | City of Mountain View

(650) 903-6306