Thanks to the Central Kitsap community, we will replace Central Kitsap Middle and Central Kitsap High. CKHS was built in 1942. CKMS was built in 1952. The replacement will add permanent classroom space to get students out of portables. State-of-the-art lab and career and technical areas will allow students to use materials and build skills for tomorrow’s careers. Clear sightlines and secure entryways will improve safety and security. The project will ease traffic jams around the campus.
The two schools will be side-by-side in the center of the existing campus. Each school will operate independently with separate entries, commons and classrooms. They will share some resources, such as a kitchen and career and technical labs. Altogether, the new buildings will total about 325,000 square feet.
Three-story CKMS, CKHS
High school and middle school gymnasium
Shared auditorium with separate entrances for evening events
- Shared CTE flexible learning labs
New athletic fields and tracks, including a new synthetic turf football/soccer field with lights, scoreboard and spectator seating
See our progress: This spring, we’ll start to demolish select buildings and prepare the site.
Spring 2017 — Site preparation, selected demolition begins
Early 2018 — Construction begins
Fall 2019 — Students attend new CK Middle and CK High schools
2020 — Complete work on CK Campus athletic fields