HIES Math, Science and Commons Building (STEM)
Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
As part of a well-appointed master plan, the HIES Math, Science and Commons building motivates and inspires the future growth of its campus. The building makes a bold statement about the school’s forward-facing position on the advancement of science and technology.
The Math, Science and Commons building houses many of HIES’s core functions. The building features spacious laboratories for biology, environmental studies, chemistry and physics. There is also a large robotics lab and a large exterior roof terrace for scientific and environmental exploration. The building also serves as the campus’ primary food service location and includes a 520-seat dining hall with full service kitchen and server. The dining hall opens onto a new outdoor courtyard on the first floor, allowing students to enjoy greenspace.
Noteworthy: The use of Georgian granite, combined with a traditional hipped metal roof, grounds the building in tradition while projecting the school’s goals of the future.