K+12 Pavia International High School


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Project: K+12 Pavia International School 
Location: Pavia, Iloilo City
Architect: Arch Ian Jay Bantilan
Status: Design Proposal

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With the Philippines as the only country not implementing the K-12 Curriculum for its high schools, many high schools are upgrading their curriculum to match the requirements of Department of Education.

The Department of Education implemented the K-12 System, which will executed in 4 phases starting in s.y. 2011-2012. There are four “phases” are:

Phase 1: Laying the Foundations. Its goal is to finally implement the universal kindergarten.

Phase 2: Modeling and Migration. Its goal is to start of the implementation of the new curriculum for Grades 1 to 4 and 7 to 10.
Phase 3: Complete Migration. Its goal is to implement the Grades 11 & 12 / senior high school.
Phase 4: Completion of the Reform.

While many high schools are converting their open spaces into workshop areas while others are reducing their intake of students to make room for the additional 2 year of high school education.

K+12 Pavia International High School

K+12 Pavia International High School, Iloilo City Facade and Main Building

K+12 Pavia International High School, Iloilo City Facade and Main Building

Pavia International High School was designed with modern facilities anticipating the changes in education. its facilities already designed with K+12 in mind. The client’s vision is to fuse together digital and physical learning. While most students are reliant on wikipedia and research sites to learn, books are still indispensable to learning.

Arch. Ian Jay Bantilan’s concept uses a central open space with massing on three sides. The idea is for every student and teacher to have a vista on every floor and allows for maximum air circulation inside and outside the classrooms. The design proposal was created finding inspiration from Ateneo de Iloilo High School, and other model high schools in Manila.

 K+12 Pavia International High School, Iloilo City - Sports Facilities

K+12 Pavia International High School, Iloilo City – Sports Facilities

The entryway allows for parking and a drop off area for students. Physical spaces are designed for each theme of learning with the teachers and faculty on the ground floor and the corner tower of the Main Building. Ample library spaces are provided on the second and third level. A separate workshop building will host additional functions for learning in basic technical courses.

Ample library spaces are provided on the second and third level. A separate workshop building will host additional functions for learning in basic technical courses. The planning of trees around the study areas help to buffer traffic and limit noise into the learning zones.

K+12 Pavia International High School, Iloilo City - Aerial Perspective

K+12 Pavia International High School, Iloilo City – Aerial Perspective

Pavia International Christian High School

Provision is given for future development and additional parking under the library wing. Additional classrooms are planned for future development at the rear end of the high school.

A new energy efficient power system will be implemented to reduce the use of electricity in the facility while not compromising the needs of the teachers and the students.

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