A junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine
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The Edward P. Evans Academic Center at Eaglebrook

Transforming Teaching & Learning

The Edward P. Evans Academic Center, which opened in March 2017, has given Eaglebrook a dramatic new look within the interior campus. The new Science, Arts, and Music center gives Eaglebrook students opportunties to explore, create, and discover.

The Core Skills at Work

At Eaglebrook, we believe that there are skills every middle school student should learn. These Core Skills are at the forefront of the learning taking place in the Evans Academic Center.
  • Dynamic daily exposure to science, art, and music
  • Flexible open classrooms that invite the observation of teaching and learning
  • Spaces that encourage interaction between students and teachers. 

Explore - Science

Science teachers are expanding Eaglebrook's curriculum. Classes in physics, biology, earth science, astronomy, and chemistry meet in classroms and laboratories that encourage hands-on learning and working together.

Smart teaching walls
Natural lighting 
Flexible seating

Create - Art

Electives in painting, drawing, stained glass, stone carving, ceramics, robotics, computer graphics, woodworking, and more meet in open spaces that present the natural world as a teaching tool.

Vivid display spaces
Spacious work areas
Direct access to the outdoors

Discover - Music

Large open areas and small practice rooms give students of piano, band, string orchestra, and jazz groups places to develop skills and perform. Rooms are designed for individual instruction, intimate concerts, and large audiences.

Practice rooms
Band room with spectator seating
Courtyard and assembly area for performances

A Transformational Gift

Eaglebrook is forever grateful to the Edward P. Evans Foundation, whose generosity has transformed the school and given present and future Eaglebrook students and faculty an exciting environment for teaching and learning. 



Facts & Stats

  • 38,321 Square Feet
  • 32 geothermal wells for heating and cooling
  • Makerspace for long-term design-based projects
  • Solar photovoltaic panels to provide the building's electrical needs
  • Green roof and water run-off features
  • Science, art, and music themes embedded into the architecture 
    • A Tree of Life
    • A nautilus-inspired spiral staircase
    • An Armillary Sphere