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High School – Modular Design
It is about time to add a High School to the LEGO Modular buildings. This 2-story high school was inspired by 1920s-1930s architecture for school buildings. The high school is modeled after a 1930 high school in the first school district in which I taught. The school building is built wider than tall, typical of most schools, and takes up a space equivalent to 2 modular (32×32) baseplates. This is created by a space of 48×32 (1-32×32 baseplate & 1-16×32 baseplate) for the school building itself. The other 16×32 baseplate space is created by 2 possible base configurations to meet your LEGO town needs. Specifications on the layout and configurations are below.
•4 sets of lockers
•Outside courtyard with 2 picnic tables
•2 bicycle racks, 3 bicycles (white, blue, red)
•6 minifigures (4 teachers, librarian and principal) + 1 skeleton for the science lab
•About 2600 pieces (a little less than the Town Hall set)
•2 possible configurations
•Total Baseplate coverage (for either configuration) = 64×32 or the space of 2 current modulars
•3 entrances – Main double doors, 2 symmetrical rear entrances on the first floor
2 Base Plate Configurations
1.Corner Building – The 1st configuration is seen in the main picture with a corner courtyard. This includes one 16×32 baseplate to create the courtyard, which includes 2 picnic tables and 2 bicycle racks that can hold up to 4 bicylces. Bicycles are stabilized by a sloped tile piece that fits under the kickstand of the bicycle. A brick built tree finishes off this corner piece.
2.End-of-a-Block – The 2nd configuration is shown as a End-of-a-Block set up with two other modular buildings locking in place behind the school. This includes two 8×32 baseplates to create the wrap around sidewalks. Also, includes a striped school bus loading zone on one of the wrap around sidewalks.
•Entrance Foyer – Double door entrance, school color rug and 2 wall sconces.
•Language Arts Classroom – Contains 6 desks with chairs, 1 teacher’s desk with chair, a writing desk, chalkboard, clock, and hanging LEGO Shakespeare quote.
•History Classroom – Contains 6 desks with chairs, 1 teacher’s desk with chair, hanging Gettysburg Address tile, historical shield, chalkboard, clock and historical helmet decoration.
•Library – Contains a card catalog, 2 bookcases full of books, 1 table with 4 chairs, librarian’s desk with chair, globe, and storage closet located under stairwell.
•Hallway – U-shaped hallway with 2 sets of lockers leading to 2 rear doors, school bell, and staircase.
•Science Classroom/Lab – Contains 6 desks with chairs, 1 teacher’s desk with chair, lab table with frog dissections, 1 microscope station, chemical vent hood, astronomy poster, clock, fire extinguisher, wall controls for lab, chalkboard, and anatomy skeleton model.
•Mathematics Classroom – Contains 6 desks with chairs, 1 teacher’s desk with chair, chalkboard, clock and whiteboard.
•Principal’s Office – Contains desk with chair, floor lamp, diploma, phone, clock and chair for guest.
•Restroom – Contains overhead light, toilet and sink.
•Hallway – Contains an overlooking balcony into the library, 2 sets of lockers, water fountain, and chair outside the principal’s office.
•Contains a brick built skylight that slides into place on rails and two micro figure statues. (No roof access for safety reasons.) The skylight overlooks the library.
•Contain drains, 2-3 lampposts depending on configuration, 1 school flagpole, 2 bicycle racks (corner configuration), brick built tree (corner configuration) and decorative corner tile designs.
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