The new Bayside Campus, designed by a European company, is being built next to the Coastal Rose, said Robert S. Dunseth, director of SIS, adding that it “will be state-of-the-art and designed for optimal learning.”
The building will feature a large, dedicated media center, a second school library, a research zone, an art area including art studios, music rooms, digital music studio, a 250-seat theater, open plan classrooms, high-tech science labs, and an all-day cafe. All students will be able to access wireless laptop computers, counseling and career guidance, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, a mini-fitness center, and swimming, tennis and aerobics facilities.
Most of the new classrooms overlook the sea, while the others overlook a garden.
The campus will accommodate junior and senior high school students and applications from new students are now being accepted.