Advancing STEAM Classroom Renovations
Princeton Day School
The Wellemeyer STEAM Center, a cutting-edge makerspace at Princeton Day School equipped with digital fabrication tools, where over 200 students innovate daily. The space is located off the main corridor with interior storefront windows to highlight the work being done.
The spaces are physical representations of the best thinking in teaching and learning.
The Johnston STEAM Center is housed in the middle school library with interior windows for viewing activity within. It provides cutting-edge technology and industrial arts tools, allowing for endless creative exploration and real-world problem-solving.
The existing middle school library was renovated with new finishes and furniture for flexible classroom spaces within the library.
The intentionally designed environment and resources facilitate authentic learning and hands-on skills development that students apply to help them create, problem solve and imagine possibilities.
The Bartlett STEAM Center located in the Lower School facility offers state-of-the-art resources including 3D printers and computer science tools, fostering hands-on project learning and problem-solving experiences that seamlessly integrate with library resources.
Photography: Princeton Day School; Steve Wolfe Photography