The Center for Student Life is the first new building to be constructed as part of the latest comprehensive capital campaign at Gulliver, aptly named Transformation. Together. 2026. The new facility will be at the heart of student life and learning at the PK-8 Campus, and features a gymnasium, performing arts & assembly space, dining hall, meeting space, flexible labs, next generation classrooms, and much more. From robotics and engineering, to athletics and the arts, students will be able to explore — and combine — their many interests, all in one building; at a cost of just over $40 million. “The Center for Student Life provides facilities that will give our students incredible new opportunities to explore, pioneer and develop their talents,” says President Cliff Kling. “We can’t wait to see the many ways our students will grow and flourish in this new space.” The completion of the Center for Student Life is part of the school’s long-term plan to consolidate its 3 (formerly 4) academic campuses into 2 campuses. As Gulliver’s facilities grow and expand, the size of its student body will remain the same, ensuring that its exceptional students and faculty have access to unparalleled, world-class educational opportunities for generations to come; GulliverPrep.org.
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