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Our iLab

Why are we excited about this?

Our 5,000-square-foot iLab has been built as an extension of our current Innovation Lab. This multidisciplinary space is the next natural iteration of our growing STEM program.

This state-of-the-art lab will house a digital printing, cutting and fabrication area including 3D printers, 3D Scanner and a laser cutter, a machine shop with a manual lathe and mill and a CNC lathe and CNC mill, a well-equipped wood and composite shop, two robotics bays with computer-aided design and programming stations, a design studio for textiles and photography, and much more.

A girl wearing glasses is holding a toy car.

Female student working in iLab


Teacher with male student
Female student in fashion design class

Boy working in the lab with a machine

Female student using iLab


"Not only will this multidisciplinary lab contain the equipment that is typically found in similar high-end labs at some select schools … this will allow our students to gain project experience and the associated learning at levels previously attainable only in college programs and labs or beyond."
- Brian P. Easler, Head of School

STEM Lab Floorplan image | WMA

iLab Director

Luke Pelletier

Director of the iLab, Faculty (Science & Technology)