Campbell-Savona High School, CSD, STEM / Distance Learning Center

Campbell, New York

In partnership with the Campbell-Savona Central School District, Hunt Engineers, Architects & Land Surveyors, PC, created a design to convert three conventional classroom spaces into a new integrated STEM Classroom.

 

The renovation area is located on the second floor above the library. The district felt it important for the STEM classroom ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCAPACITY113COST PER SQ FT$275.00FEATURED IN2014 Architectural PortfolioSUB CATEGORYSpecialized have direct access to the information available in the library, so a stair addition was included in the design.

 

One aspect of the multiple curriculum space includes two movable partitions and flexible seating and tables to provide opportunities for large group instruction or collaboration of smaller teams of students.

 

Other unique design components include clerestory windows to provide natural daylight and photovoltaic solar panels that provide power for the space. Floor outlets and data drops allow greater flexibility.

 

The classroom also contains the latest technology, including wireless connectivity, integrated smart boards for distance learning, tabletop projectors and 3D printers. To support the sciences the space is equipped with water, gas and a fume hood.