Many high school science classrooms, including those recently designed and/or renovated, are not equipped for 21st-century science. Typical problems with existing facilities include insufficient space, overcrowded classrooms, designs that limit a teacher’s ability to supervise the class, no separation of lab and lecture functions, inadequate storage, no preparation space or individual/small group project space, no faculty office space, and violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Science Laboratory Renovations
ROSATI-KAIN HIGH SCHOOL, St. Louis, MO
Scope: Renovation of two existing science labs and conversion of original gymnasium space to state-of-the-art chemistry, biology, life-science and physics lab/classrooms complete with prep areas and provision for computer applications.
Rosati Kain High School Physics Lab/Classroom
Rosati Kain High School Chemistry (After Renovation)