The new Science & Engineering center, which opened in 2016, is the first and only high school facility of its kind in Detroit. The center represents the largest dollar investment in science and technology at any Michigan high school in recent years. The building is entirely privately funded through the generosity of the school’s alumni, parents, and friends. The four-level, 40,000-square-foot center doubles the space for biology, chemistry, and physics programs, and provides labs for engineering and for the school’s nationally recognized eco-car and robotics programs. The center also includes a spacious science classroom and laboratory exclusively for students in the seventh and eighth grades.

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