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K-12 Athletic Complex Survey

To the Grandview Heights Schools Community,

Providing modern, safe learning environments that are designed for the way students learn and teachers teach in the 21st century will prepare our next generation for their future.  Our current construction project remains on time, on budget, and on quality. 

Similarly, it’s important that our athletics facilities, which benefit students in grades K-12, reflect a focus on safety, as well as the needs and goals of our student-athletes and the community, and be a place our community can proudly rally around and support our students.  An as important goal of our master facilities plan is to have facilities designed for the community, by the community

The district has hired the architecture firm of Perkins & Will to develop a good, better, best master plan with options for improving our athletic complex just North of Grandview Heights High School.  As a first step, we invite you to participate in an anonymous six question survey that will provide us with invaluable feedback regarding the state of our athletic facilities.  The survey will be available through Sunday, May 8.  

Current photos of the Athletic Complex can be viewed by clicking the link below.  Then double click the on the first photo and then click on the right arrow to page through the photos.

​Folder icon Grandview Heights Athletics Photos - 04.07.22


As with past facilities planning, we will be engaging with the community for feedback and suggestions on the best path forward. We will not proceed with an improvement project until we think the timing is right to explore our options. We will meet with a variety of stakeholders, including students, coaches, administrators, parent groups, and boosters. In addition to user groups being involved in needs assessments, programming, and design development, we will also have scheduled community meetings to garner feedback.  Our first community meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 12, at 6 p.m. in the new Larson Middle School Commons.

Thank you for your time and feedback in this very important process.  It is greatly appreciated.



Andy Culp, Superintendent