At Selser Schaefer Architects, our expertise in designing learning environments includes everything from early learning centers and primary schools to higher education facilities.

We are driven by a deep understanding that learning environments impact performance. We draw on decades of experience to design spaces where teachers and students feel safe, valued and excited to give their best. Daylighting, indoor air quality, security, severe weather safety, acoustics, spaces to gather and connect…we plan every detail to set the stage for success.

The fact is, we’re passionate about creating smarter learning environments because we, too, are learners. We continually improve and adapt our process and use today’s most advanced technology to achieve your budget and scheduling goals.

Freshman Academy

It’s said the best indicator of future performance is past behavior. So when the district made the decision to expand the Freshman Academy they returned to Selser Schaefer Architects. Our firm completed a Fine Arts expansion in 2012 and the […]

Will Rogers Elementary

Stillwater Public Schools wanted to replace Will Rogers Elementary with more than a new building. The district sought a true community school that would bring students, teachers, families and the Stillwater community together, even after the school bell rang. The […]

Student Success Center

Recruiting and retaining top-level science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students is serious business at any university. To heighten the challenge, OSU’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology lacked a dedicated facility to not only impress prospective students and their parents, […]

Center for Creativity

When TCC asked for a highly collaborative learning environment and walkable urban experience for its downtown campus students, Selser Schaefer Architects listened. We knew the building had to make a bold statement to capture the spirit of the creative individuals who […]

Highland Park Elementary

This new elementary school is designed as a great place to be — with doors that don’t close to students, families and the community each day at 3:15. Highland Park Elementary’s principal sees the school as a learning tool in itself, […]