The new STEM Academic Building serves 1,100 boys in grades 9-12 and includes thirty-two classrooms, six science labs, and six meeting rooms with faculty residing in an open office on the fifth level. In addition to classrooms and laboratories focused on chemistry, physics, robotics, and aviation there are a number of small meeting spaces throughout the building. These smaller spaces are used for project based learning and encourage integration and collaboration across disciplines.
The project was one of 107 selected to appear in American School & University's Architectural Portfolio. To see a complete list of all those honored, visit the American School & University site here. Congratulations to all those honored.