What do a “wishing wall,” a giant chess set and a catapult have in common? They were all built by students in The Bengier Project Center, a 3,600-square-foot facility added to The Bay School’s campus in the fall of 2011. The first floor houses a state-of-the-art engineering and robotics lab, and the second, a light-filled art studio and Senior Signature Projects
headquarters. Encouraged by teachers like robotics and engineering teacher Brad Niven, students tackle real-world challenges.
Young as they are, Project Center programs are already instilling in students the kind of innovative thinking that will distinguish them in their college years and beyond.