Edgewater High School Comprehensive Campus Master Plan
Edgewater High School is one of two original Orlando heritage schools dating back to the early 50’s. The school was overdue for a general overhaul to upgrade, expand, and house state-of-the-art facilities for a new 21st century urban high school. The initial master planning tasks included studies to determine the appropriate size of the campus to accommodate the students and programs at the school. After much community and municipal input, OCPS followed by almost doubling the size of the property from 29 to 49 acres with the purchase of adjacent land. Although the majority of the facilities and core functions were to be new construction, analysis of the existing facilities resulted in the preservation of four academic buildings as part of the final master plan. The plan included campus wide redesign of pedestrian and vehicular circulation, access points, additional athletic facilities and storm water management systems. The master plan incorporated the existing stadium, baseball and softball fields.