The MakerSpace offers opportunities for creativity and innovation and provides students the chance to explore technology while building confidence in their problem solving abilities. The space is located on the first floor of the Dickson-Hemby Technology Center and is open to all Middle and Upper School students. The MakerSpace has a 3D Printer, Laser Engraver, and a host of other tools to help students develop their dreams and aspirations.
Students have access to computer software in Computer Aided Drafting and Design, Computer Programming, and Graphic Media. Staff are available to assist students with research and development needs. The MakerSpace is constantly evolving to provide for the changing needs of our students and community.
MIDDLE SCHOOL & UPPER SCHOOL EXPERIENCE
The MakerSpace is available to all Middle and Upper School students during their Lunch Breaks. Students may use the space to solve problems through creativity, innovation, critical thinking, and collaboration. Students are encouraged to research, design, and build their own original solutions to problems. Students with questions are free to stop at any time or join the MakerSpace Google Classroom to stay up to date on the latest news, tips-and-tricks, and project ideas.