Freedom Elementary School
Lawton Public Schools

Freedom Elementary was built to better serve the children of soldiers stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Lawton Public Schools combined Sheridan Road and Geronimo Road elementary schools into Freedom Elementary. Because it is located on a military installation, the school meets all force protection and anti-terrorism requirements. The Department of Defense chose to fund this project after Fort Sill’s aging schools made the top 12 on the Defense Department’s public school improvement priority list. 

Wallace Design Collective provided structural and civil engineering services for a new 209,000 square foot elementary school with four safe rooms. The LEED Silver certified school consists of four main buildings, houses over 1,400 students and 160 staff. The $45 million facility has 69 classrooms, expansive state-of-the-art library/media center, art and music rooms, four gymnasiums, cafeteria, auditorium, counseling center and administrative offices. The 36.5 acre school area includes four parking lots. 

photos: ©Pablo Mason Photography


Back to top
close modal

Join Our Team!

Are you passionate about the AEC industry? Do you want to use your talents with a group of the greatest engineers, landscape architects, technicians and support personnel in the industry? You've found the right place. Wallace is unique in the way we strive to make lives better for our clients, communities and employees. And we believe we have more fun doing our job than just about anyone else! The art of possibility. Discover it at Wallace.

Learn More