FutureLab will support both standard and advanced courses, accommodating current programming as well as new and emerging areas of study. The flexibility of the spaces will serve students today and can be easily adapted as curricular changes occur.
In addition to creating state-of-the-art science and technology facilities for all of our students, 91st Street seeks to increase endowment in support of curricular expansion and innovative program development. Under the guidance of the Director of Educational Technology, a newly created position, 91st Street will find innovative ways to integrate technology and STEAM across all divisions and curricula.
Starting in the summer of 2021, “From Wall Street to Silicon Valley” will partner with the Sacred Heart school in Atherton, CA to give students real-world exposure to the fields of finance and technology before they even begin college. The exchange will be one of 91st Street’s signature programs, and marks the start of a new era of developing dynamic relationships with our international network of Sacred Heart schools.
From Wall Street to Silicon Valley