“Our plans are not limited to holding this vantage ground; they contemplate continued growth and improvement, and we have no fears of being counted visionary.”
Dr. James Dobbin
At Shattuck – St. Mary’s School, the architecture plays a large role in telling the story of the rich history of their campus. Many of the structures, constructed in the late 1800’s, are in need of updates to provide their students with state-of-the-art faculties. It is important that this new architecture embraces the history of the school and the original structures, but also serves as an innovative center that will inspire its students for the next 50 years and will be seen as a “great effort” that contributes to the Shattuck – St. Mary’s story.
Hear about the master plan and the exciting changes happening on the campus below: