McQuaid Jesuit High School in Brighton is getting ready to break ground on a $20 million STEM education center. The two-story, 36,000-square-foot building will stand at the site of a residence that once housed Jesuit brothers and priests.
"We're looking at the 21st century and how do we prepare our students with the skills and knowledge to succeed in college and then in career fields where they can really make a difference and be creative." Said Principal Adam Baber. The building will include 12 classrooms and an atrium that will serve as an information-gathering space for students. It will be connected to the current school by covered skyways. McQuaid has launched a $20 million capital campaign to fund the new center. Construction is scheduled to begin in October and the project should be completed by early 2018.
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