Myhre Group Architects was responsible for the architectural design of this private international school in Suwon, South Korea. Designed with a Western progressive education model in mind, the school was built to accommodate 850 kindergarten through 12th grade students. The school includes 136,000 square feet of classrooms and support spaces, as well as a theater, gymnasium and underground parking. The project was fully funded by grants from the City of Suwon and the Gyeonggi Regional Government. This project was designed by Principal Ray Yancey while he was at a previous firm.