This two-storey suburban school demonstrates a meticulous approach to modern architectural school design. Details which exemplify this approach include the gridded rhythm of dark brick panels interrupted by slender window openings and concrete piers. Lending a sense of importance to the entrances are projecting, concrete upper-floor balcony box-forms, which shelter the main floor doors. These are surmounted by a ceiling whose waffle-slab concrete surface adds a sense of texture to the ensemble. The school represents Ward Macdonald and Partners move toward a Brutalist aesthetic of modern architecture in the later 1960s. In particular the overhanging entrance details presages the firm's work at the Robson Hall (Faculty of Law) building at the University of Manitoba, a show piece of Manitoban Brutalist design.