School Restroom Partitions

If you are searching for new school restroom partitions, your top concern is ensuring the safety, privacy and comfort of your students and employees. For this reason, safety, durability and maintainability are the three most important factors to consider during the selection process.

Tips for Choosing New School Restroom Partitions

Materials for Your School’s Partitions

The first step when selecting partitions for a school bathroom is to decide which material best meets your needs. One Point Partitions offers Phenolic, solid plastic, laminate, powder-coated steel and stainless steel partitions. Each material differs in composition, cost and color availability.


Phenolic toilet partitions have a solid resin core and are covered with a layer of durable melamine. Phenolic material features characteristics from both solid plastic and regular laminate, including long-lasting durability. Phenolic partitions have high resistance to germs and moisture.

Phenolic is highly customizable and comes in 11 different shades of brown or gray. Weathered finishes are available.

Solid Plastic

Solid plastic bathroom partitions are non-porous and moisture-resistant. Solid plastic is tough enough to withstand heavy traffic and holds up well to strong cleaning solutions — which is ideal in a school environment.

Solid plastic is available in sixteen different colors, including neutrals, burgundy, blue and green. Colors with speckled or confetti effects are also available.


Laminate bathroom partitions are affordable and highly customizable. While high-pressure laminate is not ideal for high-moisture environments, it boasts the largest number of color choices available — 48 total — including solid and patterned options.

Powder-Coated Steel

Powder-coated steel bathroom stalls are durable, reliable, and our most affordable partition material. It is highly resistant to rust and corrosion, and many customers add a wax sealant for additional protection. Powder-coated steel partitions come in flexible sizes and 15 colors.

Stainless Steel

Although only one type of stainless steel toilet partition is available, the simplicity makes it a sleek, elegant design choice. Stainless steel is strong, germ-resistant and can withstand high-traffic. Compared to other materials, stainless steel also has the lowest environmental impact.

Tips For Achieving A Smart School Bathroom Design

Once you have chosen the material that best suits your bathroom’s needs, there are a few more factors worth considering.

Map Out The Bathroom Space

Note the dimensions of your bathroom and map out its general shape. How many stalls are you hoping to install in each bathroom? What obstacles will you need to take into consideration when installing your partitions? An example of an obstacle you might face is window placement, access to necessary plumbing and the direction the bathroom door opens.

If you are working in a men’s bathroom and are installing urinals, now is the time to decide whether you will need additional partitions for those,  plus partitions for toilet stalls.

Mapping out your bathroom space before you begin is the best way to see how your chosen partitions work within the dimensions of the room. Advanced planning will help you avoid unnecessary hiccups during the installation process.

Mapping out your bathroom space before you begin design work is the best way to see how your chosen partitions work within the dimensions of the restroom

Work Within Your Budget

Once you know the number and size of your commercial bathroom partitions, see how those figures fit into your budget. Some partition materials are more expensive than others. You might need to make adjustments to your plans as necessary. Keep in mind that, although some materials offer a lower initial cost, they make up for it in with longevity and added durability.

Choose The Right Look For Your School

Although the color of your partition may not seem to be an important factor in school bathroom design, aesthetics matter to the perceived value of your school. This is especially important in private schools or college universities where every detail of your campus is taken into consideration by prospective students. A well-designed bathroom means students have an added level of comfort and security.

You want to be sure the color you choose for your bathroom partitions matches the colors in other parts of your school, including the floor and walls of the bathroom. The best way to see if a chosen color or material will match your school’s chosen aesthetic is by requesting a sample from a partition provider.

Offer Your Students Plenty Of Privacy

In 2015, one study found students who perceive a bathroom as dirty, unpleasant or insecure are less likely to use the bathroom during the school day. Many students went as far as to refrain from proper hydration throughout the day just to avoid a trip to the bathroom. Such behavior is not conducive to a thriving learning environment, and can even lead to health concerns if continued over time. Do not let this be the case for your school’s students.

Choose a partition design that allows students to have a comfortable level of privacy and security.

Consider Hygiene and Maintainability

School bathrooms see a high level of traffic every day for nine months of the year. You need a partition that is easy to maintain and made of a material that stays clean. A hygienic environment is crucial for student health.

Maintenance of your partition involves more than regular cleaning — you will also need to remove scratches, replace hinges and perform routine maintenance check-ups throughout the school year.

Never Neglect Accessibility

Your school bathroom needs to be ADA compliant for the safety and convenience of your students, faculty and staff. Some things to keep in mind when designing an accessible school bathroom include:

  • Clear floor space
  • Mounting heights for amenities like soap dispensers
  • Enough turning space for wheelchairs
  • Left and right-handed use
  • Safe entrances and exits, including functional door hardware
  • Raised thresholds
  • At least one ADA compliant sink
  • Grab bars inside of stalls

Trust One Point Partitions For Your School

Trust One Point Partitions for your school
When it comes to choosing school bathroom partitions, you want to work with a trustworthy company that offers safe, high-quality products and reliable service.

One Point Partitions have been providing high-quality partitions since 2007. As one of the largest partition distributors in the country, our experts are experienced in new restroom build-outs, replacements or retrofits. When you choose to work with One Point Partitions, we match you with one of our Partition Experts, who will guide you through the entire process, from design to delivery. Our partitions are easy to install, even if you have limited installation experience. As a valued customer, you will gain access to several instructional videos available on our website that will help make the installation process as easy and enjoyable as possible.

In addition to top-quality products and services, One Point Partitions is committed to selling American-made products.

Contact One Point Partitions today to learn more, or get the process started early with our three-step partition planning tool.

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American-Made Quality

Working with our team is not only easy and enjoyable — it also gives you another advantage: American-made quality. We design and manufacture all of our bathroom partitions right here in the USA. By employing hardworking Americans, we’re guaranteeing quality construction and keeping jobs here at home, instead of sending them overseas. We’re proud to be an American company and be able to offer this added value to every one of our school restroom partition projects.

You may be creating an all-new school bathroom layout or updating a tired old design. Choose from our rugged materials that can withstand the kind of use and abuse a school full of children can dish out. Every one of our materials (powder-coated steel, laminate, solid plastic, phenolic and stainless steel) is easy to clean and requires almost no maintenance.

Contact us today so we can get started. You can give us a call or fill in our handy online pricing tool. Give us the basic information on the layout of your school bathrooms and we’ll assign a designer to your project. You get the friendly, helpful service of a small company with the manufacturing expertise and value of a larger company.

We look forward to hearing from you and working to create a unique school restroom partition solution that exceeds your expectations!

Andy Huges - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Andy Hughes

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Andy started One Point Partitions with his brother Jason Hughes. Andy has been here since 2006 and is always striving for easier better ways to provide partitions. Andy graduated from Iowa State University and has been in construction and product sales for much of his career. He spends his free time fishing and traveling....but mostly fishing. And fishing some more. Give him a shout today!
Brandon Graham - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Brandon Graham

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Brandon has been in the toilet and bathroom partitions business since 2006 and has been with the company since 2007. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee University where he was a standout football player. He spends much of his free time with his family who all are active in sports.
Brock Hutson - Team Member of One Point Partitions

brock hutson

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Brock comes from the tech industry and has put his knowledge to use designing partition layouts. He is a graduate of DMACC and has experience managing and operating businesses. He and his wife enjoy motorcycle trips and maybe a few intense video games here and there. Brock on!
Jhoana Soriano - Team Member of One Point Partitions

Jhoana Soriano

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Jhoana is a recent graduate in the field of Architectural Engineering Technology. She grew up in construction and starting helping her Father at jobsites at a very young age. Jhoana is right at home here at One Point Partitions designing and laying out bathroom partitions for customers. Jhoana speaks fluent English and Spanish and is ready to work with you on your restroom partition project.

Rebecca Bobo

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Rebecca graduated at the top of her class in high school and at Middle Tennessee State University. She has an extensive background in customer service which has helped her to create a very long list of happy toilet partition customers. If she isn’t on the computer designing stall layouts, you will find her kicking it live at the local gym staying healthy and fit.

Lukas Haskins

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Lukas had bathroom partition experience before joining One Point and puts that experience to work every day. He spends off time creating video and sound presentations and staying active in his church. Lukas is also planning a trip to Japan and is the caretaker of many feline friends.

Destiny Ford

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Destiny is a lover of big families, wide open country spaces, and connecting customers to design and sales reps. She has been in the restroom partitions business for several years and strives to make sure all customers receive a 5-star sales experience.

Andrew Hyler

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Andrew grew up in his family’s construction business before heading off to college at Iowa State University. He and his young family recently moved to a small farm where they currently have chickens and other critters. If Andrew isn’t busy designing a bathroom stall layout, you’ll find him enjoying the great outdoors.

Brian Cruz

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Brian has an extensive background in residential and commercial building supply sales, so helping customers with toilet partitions purchases is darn near second nature for him. Brian spends free time with his lovely wife and enjoys watching his three boys participate in the performing arts such as dance and music.