Every educational institution needs to have the space and tools on-hand in order to raise the next generation of leaders. Charlotte Country Day School, an independent school in Charlotte, North Carolina, is trying to do just that.
Charlotte Country Day School is close to completing a two-year long project meant to renovate and build future learning centers on their campus.
This project, according to the Mark Reed, Head of the School, is set to not only enhance the current infrastructure for current and future students. He states: “The planned enhancements to campus facilities are a significant commitment in ensuring Country Day remains at the forefront of delivering an exceptional education for our students, both now and in the future, through innovative and creative learning spaces.”
The construction project started in 2018 and is set to complete in the summer of 2020. It has three main phases. The first phase was completed in August of 2018 and included a new center for science and mathematics as well as an additional learning center. The second phase finalized in August of 2019 with a newly constructed student center that features several dining halls. This phase also included the renovation of one of the science buildings. Finally, the third phase, which is set to be completed this summer, includes the John and Claudia Bek Upper School Learning Center. This center will feature a brand-new library and media center for students and faculty.
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