Eliza Farley

STUDY PLACES. The upper school includes a number of areas with tables, from open commons to closed door small study rooms for different kinds of learners.

[PLACES AND SPACES] Where I like to be

The average student has approximately 110 minutes in a day (a 75-minute free block and tutorial) where they can work in a space of their choosing. With a number of locations to choose from, most upper schoolers develop a routine around where (and who) they spend this time with.

The pros and cons of the Debate lounge
History Commons offers a place for current events
Sunshine and creativity in the Art Wing
Hanging in the Huss lobby
Seniority dominates Schilling common spaces
Books and belonging in the upper library
Speaking each other’s language in the World Languages commons
Small groups tuck in to study rooms
Literary leisure take over English Commons
Math Commons offers space close to teachers to crunch numbers

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