Days before the start of the 2019–2020 school year, St. Mark’s celebrated the culmination of the Science Center Project and more than five years of planning and construction.
While students get to work in the Winn Science Center, crews continue their work bringing the McDermott-Green Physical Science Center into the 21st-century.
Now that the dust has settled and the doors are open, students and teachers have begun working in the new Winn Science Center.
Hundreds of students, faculty, parents, alumni, Trustees, and friends gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the Winn Science Center.
With its grand opening just weeks away, the Winn Science Center is nearly complete.
As the exterior nears completion, crews have begun turning the interior rooms into learning spaces.
When Marksmen return to campus this month, the exterior of the Winn Science Center will look nearly completed.
Visitors touring the Winn Science Center are seeing a clearer picture of the finished building.
With the structure in place, bricklayers and carpenters are beginning their work.
Crews are hard at work on the next stage of construction.
The final piece of the Winn Science Center's steel frame is lifted into place.
The first beams of steel are delivered and installed.
Construction crews complete the concrete slab upon which the Winn Science Center will be built.
As school resumed in August 2017, Marksmen found a new playground in the Lower School.
Over the summer, crews removed the C-Wing, including the planetarium and observatory dome.
The old Lower School playground is packed up and donated to a school in the Dominican Republic.
Crews carefully remove the iconic Periodic Table for relocation to the new building.
More than 150 community members gather for the groundbreaking of the Science Center Project.
The School secures the full $40 million needed to fund the Science Center Project.