Mortimer-Jordan High School

Jefferson County Board of Education

Designed to be a cornerstone of the community.



The new Mortimer-Jordan High School is a needed replacement for the Kimberly, AL area. Designed as a system of wings centered on open courtyards, the structure utilizes ample natural daylight and encourages community interaction. The two-level high school houses up to 950 students and include classrooms and laboratories, administrative areas, gymnasiums and locker rooms, performing and visual arts facilities, and a food-court style cafeteria. The campus also includes a football stadium, baseball and softball fields, a football stadium, and field house.

After the school was completed, the Davis team worked with the Jefferson County Board of Education to renovate the previous school into the Burkett Center, a unique special education facility for Jefferson County.

At a glance

  • Located in Kimberly, AL
  • 233,000 sf
  • Completed May 2011


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