Davis Center for STEM
Designed under the themes of innovation, collaboration, flexibility, and connecting to the outdoors, this 35,000 square-foot facility features wet and dry science labs, an outdoor classroom, enhanced faculty planning spaces, and an atrium-like Winter Garden with stunning views of Stinson Mountain.
Wet & Dry Science Labs
The Davis Center features state-of-the-art wet and dry science labs that offer the flexibility and space to experiment. Whether they're observing reactions in a chemistry lab or conducting a dissection in biology, students have unparalleled access to the best resources for learning.
Classrooms inside the Davis Center are designed around flexibility. Each classroom space can be quickly rearranged to support a particular lesson, with moveable chairs, desks, and multiple smartboards to optimize student learning.
Take a Look Inside
From robotics to exercise science, the Davis Center fosters wide-ranging student inquiry in the fields of science, math, and technology. Take a look inside to see what our students are learning.
When the weather cooperates, classes often move outside to our beautiful outdoor classroom. With views of the nearby mountains, this cozy amphitheater is an inspiring place to learn.
With expansive views of New Hampshire's western mountains as a backdrop, the Winter Garden is one of the most beautiful spaces on campus. This large, open atrium also serves as a natural gathering place, playing host to countless study sessions and community events.
From breakout rooms and communal study areas to a shared workspace for math and science teachers, the Davis Center features numerous spaces where people can learn and work together.
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