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Classroom Upgrades

 

With an overall goal to help students seamlessly transition and thrive in the future phases of their lives, we plan to enhance a total of 18 engineering, science, studio art, and multi-use classrooms with new state-of-the-art technology, mechanical renovations, and electrical upgrades. These enhancements are designed to reflect aspects of a modern college and a future work environment while also encouraging collaborative learning. To date, four classrooms have been completed. 

 

Classroom Type Classroom Description Number of Classrooms

Project Lead the Way Classroom
Upgrades

Complete renovation to meet national 6 standards for specialized robotics and STEAM classrooms curriculum 6 Classrooms

Studio Art Classroom

Upgrades to support visual fine arts of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, and mixed media art instruction and creation.

1 Classroom

Science Department Classroom
Upgrades

Chemistry, Biology and Physics classroom upgrades to meet current Science Curriculum Standards; includes both physical space
and some classroom materials

5 Classrooms

Humanities, Mathematics and Multi-Use Classroom Upgrades

Updates to classroom configurations to support collaborative and team based learning, enhanced teaching resources like Smart Boards, and other design features to make spaces adaptable to several subjects

 6 Classrooms

 

Total Classroom Upgrade Project Budget: $4.1M

 

Questions? For more information, contact Emily Lacroix, Executive Development Director, elacroix@hnhsoakland.org and Emily Soldavini, Capital Campaign Coordinator, esoldavini@hnhsoakland.org about the Capital Campaign for Holy Names High School.