$7 Million Lower School Renovation And Expansion
For nearly 45 years, MB’s current Lower School building has offered a nurturing and challenging environment for children in the early years of their educational journey. Now, a top-to-bottom renovation and expansion will enhance the space with new features, including a well-designed entrance plaza with enhanced security (pictured above), larger spaces for early childhood grades (N-1), an imaginative play studio, administrative offices, and The Commons serving as a library, public gathering spot, and home for foreign language learning.
Click here to view a slide show of architectural renderings.
Older students (grades 2-4) will be located on a completely renovated upper level, featuring larger and re-imagined classrooms, a music studio, a STEM hub called the Wonder Lab and a flexible suite of rooms designed for individual learning support and enrichment. Fully ADA-accessible, MB’s new lower school will provide our students with a state-of-the-art facility in which to explore, learn, grow and thrive.
Lower schoolers will also continue to enjoy MB’s unique 33-acre campus with top-notch facilities like the Woodman Center, the Y-Lab and the historic Studio of the Three Oaks (home for lower school art and woodshop).
For information regarding naming opportunities and other ways you can support this project, please contact Perry Buroker at 401-831-7350 x289 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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MB Unveils the Future of the Lower School
On Friday, Oct. 18, as part of EXPO weekend, Moses Brown unveiled plans for a fully renovated and expanded Lower School at a unique after-school event (see video below). This special celebration was followed by the annual Harvest Dinner on the Back Circle, attended by 1,000 community members. The evening ended with the traditional Homecoming bonfire.