Ransom Everglades School, widely regarded as the top private school in Florida, unveiled a three-story, 45,000 square-foot STEM center on its upper school campus this fall. The state-of-the-art facility is designed to ensure that graduates of the Grades 6-12 school are equipped to make the world a better place – the mantra of founder Paul Ransom.
Founded in 1903, Ransom Everglades in Coconut Grove has a long history of community engagement, academic excellence, and innovation, traditions advanced by the opening of the Constance & Miguel Fernandez STEM Center in August. The glass-walled STEM center features flexible spaces for experimentation and collaboration as well as outdoor seating designed to bring the student body together.
The center sits across from the Visual Arts Building, highlighting the school’s dual emphasis on STEM fields and the humanities. Every Ransom Everglades student graduates speaking Spanish, English, and possibly a third language; learns to sail through the physical education program, and participates in meaningful community service.
Students entering the sixth through 12th grades in fall 2021 — and their families — can learn more about Ransom Everglades by signing up for an upcoming virtual information session. Sessions for middle schoolers take place on October 24 and November 11. A session for upper schoolers takes place on November 14.
The school offers a generous financial aid program to ensure a diverse and talented student body. Ransom Everglades has recently rated the top private high school in Florida and 21st in the nation in the annual Niche rankings.
Watch a video on the new STEM center by going here.
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