It was a full house at Redmond’s newest high school for its first public viewing. Last night the school district held an open house and more than one thousand people came out to get a first hand look at the 250,000 square foot facility. Students like Natalie Ahlum can't wait to start in the fall. “It is beyond description. I actually started crying the first time I saw the library. It’s circular shape, two stories, completely open, couches, desks, where you can study, everything on wheels so can more around. We can't wait to start here and make this the best school year ever.” The school cost $65 million, paid for by a $110 million bond passed by voters in 2008.