The Foxborough Regional Charter School officially opened the doors to their New Elementary School Building on Tuesday, August 29th, 2017.
The school purchased Building 51 at 33 Commercial Street in the spring of 2017, and completely renovated the 80,000 square foot office building for use as their New Elementary School during this summer. The renovated facility will be the new home for their Kindergarten through Fourth Grade programs, and will welcome close to 600 students for the 2017-2018 School Year. Thanks to an amazing project team, including Ai3 Architects, Agostini Construction Company and Todd Hassett of Financial Advisory Associates, the Foxborough Regional Charter School’s plan to expand has become a reality. The 6,000 square foot New Gymnasium, also a part of the Elementary School Project, is underway and scheduled for completion by end of year 2017. We wish Foxborough Regional Charter School and its families a great start to the 2017/18 school year …where students Enter to Learn, Exit to Lead.Read more
A spotlight on the new College of Fine Arts Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre & Boston University Production Center.
The new 75,000-square-foot complex will include a 250-seat theater, production and costume shops, design labs, classrooms, and a landscaped plaza.
Click on the link below to take a hard hat tour of this innovative new facilityRead more
The groundbreaking ceremony for the New Stoughton High School was held the morning of Thursday, June 15, 2017 on the current football field which will be the location for the new school.
Stoughton, June 15, 2017 - What a beautiful day to celebrate the groundbreaking event of the New Stoughton High School.
Dom Tiberi, Compass Project Manager, emceed the event welcoming the crowd and introducing the esteemed speakers and Federal and State Officials.
- Juliette Miller, Stoughton High School Principal
- Thomas Recupero, Esq., School Building Committee, Chair
- Deborah Goldberg, Treasurer, MSBA
- Katie Pina-Enokian, School Building Committee - School Committee
- Robert O'Regan, Esq., School Building Committee - Selectman
- Louis Kafka, State Representative
- William Galvin, State Representative
- Walter Timilty, Massachusetts Senate
- John K. McCarthy, Executive Director MSBA
- Marguerite Rizzi, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools
Groups of people equipped with hard hats and shovels took part in the ceremonial scooping and tossing of dirt from the construction site. Students from the Stoughton Elementary school celebrated with the excitement of being able to attend the new High School while older students will always have and share the memories of the original school. The Town of Stoughton is looking forward to the changes the Town will experience with the new High School project.Read more
The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America held its Illumination Awards Gala on May 25, 2017 at the Westin Copley Place Boston. Alma del Mar was awarded the Illumination Award for Energy and Environmental Lighting Design.
Alma was the only K-12 School project winner with budget constraints; the other 35 projects awarded included corporate headquarters, healthcare, universities, a house and more and all were much larger projects with much higher budgets.
The Illumination Awards provide an opportunity for public recognition of professionalism, ingenuity, and originality in lighting design based upon the individual merit of each entry against specific criteria.Read more