Grand Rapids Community College – Medical Imaging Center

Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The college was founded a century ago on the lake shore and now has satellite campuses in Grandville, Rockford, Lowell, and Caledonia.

Salem Boys School

Constructed 1794, restored 1954

This building was built to house the school for boys in Salem, it was the first educational building built in Salem. The Salem Boys’ School, started in 1771, was for local boys to get their primary education. Gottlieb Krause, the Moravian mason, constructed the building but supposedly had assistance from an itinerant English-trained mason, William Grieg, who is attributed with showing Krause some new details, such as using a single size of brick instead of having to make many different sizes as Krause had done on previous buildings.

But in 1896 a new ‘Second’ Boys School was built on Church Street (across from the Vierling House) and the school moved, at which time the original building became a museum. The building has been used as a museum continuously since that time, first operated by the Wachovia Historical Society and since 1954 by Old Salem Museums & Gardens.

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Central Catholic High School – STEM Center

Step inside the new Zupancic Family STEM Center, a 30,000 square foot facility on the campus of Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, PA. This state-of-the-art building cost $12M and houses the school’s science, technology, engineering, and math courses. The four-story facility includes 12 classrooms, a tech shop, collaboratorium, robotics testing area, and build spaces. The integrated curriculum offered in the STEM program includes career-oriented electives like Intro to Programming, Data Analytics, Architecture, 3D Design, and Bio-Engineering.

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Springfield Junior High School

Springfield School serves approximately 400 pre-kindergarten through sixth-grade students.  Our school community focuses on providing a safe and nurturing environment that encourages life-long learning while providing a challenging education.  Students are guided to develop positive social skills to encourage their growth as productive and responsible citizens.  The teachers at Springfield are dedicated professionals who work hard to ensure a positive and supportive environment for every student.  We strive to develop a partnership with our families to ensure the best education for our students.

Dr. Adam Thorns, Principal

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