Zan Wesley Holmes Middle School
Zan Wesley Holmes Jr. Middle School is a 3-story, 205,000 SF environmentally sustainable facility for the Dallas ISD, built to accomodate 1,250 students. The building features 64 classrooms, multiple administration offices, a library, an auditorium, several gymnasiums, and adjacent athletic fields. Construction of the ground-up facility required complex site logistics with the relocation of utilities and geothermal heating and air conditioning systems. Named after the civil rights activist and spiritual leader Dr. Zan Wesley Holmes, Jr., the school's mission statement ensures student success by creating a well-structured, student-centered environment where effective high quality instruction is in every classroom and rigorous student learning is the norm.
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