The new Moving Everest Charter School, located in the Austin neighborhood on the Far West Side of Chicago, uses a unique model that accommodates both the new charter school as well as a provider of after-school programs. Grades K-5 constitute the school’s enrollment, with each grade totaling 90 students. The new building’s vivid architecture signifies progress and innovation in the underserved neighborhood. More than 16,000 square feet of PAC-CLAD 7/8-inch Corrugated panels finished in Charcoal dramatically clad the exterior of the 53,000-square-foot structure. Approximately one-third of the Corrugated panels are perforated and installed in front of supergraphic grayscale images of studious and smiling children that clearly show through perforated metal panels. The perforations are 3/8-inch on 9/16-inch centers. The supergraphic images of children were printed on an aluminum composite material. A 4-inch cavity between the ACM and the PAC-CLAD perforated panels creates an eye-catching visual effect. The children pictured in the graphics are actual students in the after-school program. Architectural design for the project was created by Team A in Chicago. The design team employed...