August 20th, 2014
Robinson School, Puerto Rico
The Robinson School, with 112 years of service to Puerto Rico, recently opened three innovative science labs with educational stations, renewed their café with a large terrace and rehabilitated several green and recreational areas. The Robinson School has a total enrollment of 590 students.
Daniel Hildebrand, director of Robinson School, said “These renovations and innovations are part of the new strategic plan adopted by our school this year to provide students with optimal educational development framed in academic excellence, Christian values, dignity and respect. For these construction projects and improvements we have devoted an investment of over $500,000.”
As part of the renovations, the seventh through twelfth graders will enjoy these three new science labs, which allow for collaborative team learning among the school, consistent with the philosophy of the International Baccalaureate (IB, for its acronym in English) which promotes greater knowledge and deep thought based on an analytical, creative and reflective development among students.
Pictured above: Sheldon Axis Infinity Tables and Wood Casework