The underutilized site of a former grocery store was redeveloped to house two charter schools which share a common gymnasium. Tilt-up concrete construction and a structural steel frame were instrumental in providing an open space plan conducive to flexible learning spaces that could meet the needs and demands of the schools’ diverse learning community. It has become ever more apparent that education today requires flexible spaces that support collaboration, project-based work, and the creative, iterative process. With the rapid pace of changes in technology—and changes in education—it was also key to provide spaces that could be easily changed over time to meet future, as-yet unknown needs. The tilt-up method of construction was also utilized to expedite construction and build the project economically. Horizontal aluminum sunshades add articulation to the buildings’ facades, and bright colors help to identify each unique school building on the shared campus.