Update: Latest aerial views of Denny/Sealth construction

March 22, 2010 at 11:04 am | In Denny-Sealth, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 2 Comments

Exactly three months from today, June 22 will be the last day of school for Chief Sealth High School in its temporary quarters at the former Boren Junior High on Delridge. In September, after two years away, Sealth moves back into its permanent location – while the new adjacent Denny International Middle School is built. The project team has just provided the latest site aerial:

Compare that shot (taken last week) to a similar view seven months earlier:

Denny isn’t scheduled to move to its new site (the lower left of those photos) till 2011, so Sealth students will still have the campus to themselves when school starts this fall. The project’s official website is here; it includes a webcam, looking currently at the Galleria that both schools will share – see that here.

2 Comments

  1. What happens to the current Denny building once they move in 2011?

    Comment by Cheryl — 9:23 pm March 22, 2010 #

  2. It will be demolished and at least for a while, it will become tennis courts among other things. May be the site of a bigger elementary school at some very distant point. There was a public process that wrapped up a year ago –
    http://westseattleblog.com/2009/02/your-first-look-at-the-preferred-plan-for-the-denny-sites-future

    Comment by WSB — 9:58 pm March 22, 2010 #

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