Last week, St. Martin’s Episcopal School re-opened their new Early Childhood Learning Center, after the original wing was destroyed by arson in 2017.

Facing the devastating effects of a fire, St. Martin’s enlisted CCCA to help them develop a new, progressive center aimed at supporting their youngest students. The result is a new 19,500SF facility, that includes a STEAM village that intentionally connects the science lab, tinker space and art room.

“It has long been the school’s vision to create a larger, purpose-built space to meet the unique needs of the youngest students. When the fire destroyed the home of our Early Childhood Program we embraced the opportunity to execute that vision,” said Dr. Luis Ottley, Head of School, St. Martin’s Episcopal School.

The innovative design of the spaces fosters engagement and collaborative learning. In the spring, garage doors in lower level classrooms can open to allow a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor learning.

CCCA is incredibly proud of the ongoing relationship with St. Martins Episcopal School and are thrilled with the enhanced educational experience these children are set to receive.

For more information on the grand opening, please visit St. Martin’s website.