Local residents are being asked to help choose a design option for a proposed addition at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School that will increase capacity to 2,400 students.
SEI Architects, a consultant for Montgomery County Public Schools, has presented four designs to the community, but none is likely to be built.
MCPS must present at least three designs to the county Board of Education, said Jim Tokar, a project manager for MCPS, at a meeting Thursday. The designs will be used to create a budget for the addition, after which he said the design process will start from scratch.
“It is very possible that we will come up with a whole new design,” he said...