Arts & Innovation Center: A Photo Sneak Peek

Amy Dempster

 

Floors are being swept, windows are being shined, various machines and making tools are finding their homes, art posters are being hung ... the final touches are meticulously being made to welcome students to our new Arts & Innovation Center next week.

We are so excited to share it with them.

The transformation of the Gatehouse in Lincoln into a 21st century Arts & Innovation Center is the realization of many months (really years) of work. We have so many folks to thank ...

Our board and administrators who had a vision for how we could best enhance the unique way our students' think and learn.

Our education technology, arts, and project-based learning teams (Colin, Josh, Diane, Todd, Louisa) who carefully planned how students would use this space.

Our architects, interior designers, and construction crew led by Danielle Pedreira (Director of Facilities & Capital Projects) for bringing it to life.

Perhaps most importantly, all those who gave to the Annual Fund and If Not for Carroll campaign which financed the project.

 

Sneak Peek Photo Slideshow

See inside our Art Studio, Fab Labs, Maker Labs, Digital Studios and shared spaces.


Read our original post about the Gatehouse Transformation project.



Recent Posts

Heather Ahern - Upper School Teacher at Carroll School
Amy Dempster

At Carroll, our faculty think differently ... so they can give each child what they most need, ensuring every child has a clear path to unlocking their potential. This year, we are chatting with various teachers to uncover how they approach teaching and are making a difference in the lives of Carroll students. Today, we chat with Heather Ahern, Upper School language arts teacher and alumni parent.

Carroll Alumni - Greg O'Brien and Erin McNulty
Celebration of Philanthropy, Sep 2019

Carroll alumni are many and varied. We appreciate Erin McNulty ’09 and Greg O’Brien ’99 sharing where they are in their lives now, how Carroll shaped them, and what they believe are their dyslexic strengths.

Faculty Who Think Differently - Kelly Sampar
Amy Dempster

At Carroll, our faculty think differently ... so they can give each child what they most need, ensuring every child has a clear path to unlocking their potential. This year, we are chatting with various teachers to uncover how they approach teaching and are making a difference in the lives of Carroll students. Today, we chat with Kelly Sampar, 5th grade science teacher.