From the Andrew Mellon Library, built in 1926, to the Paul Mellon Humanities Center, home to more traditional inquiry-based discussions, to our newer facilities—the Kohler Environmental Center which supports one-of-a-kind Environmental Immersion Program, and the state-of-the-art Cameron and Edward Lanphier Center for Mathematics and Computer Science—all of our academic facilities are designed and purpose-built to be program-driven, student-centric spaces dedicated to teaching and learning.
Ann & George Colony Hall
Named in honor of Trustee George F. Colony '72, and his wife, Ann, Colony Hall provides an acoustical setting suitable for the spoken word or amplified music, as well as a more reverberant sound for symphonic music. The west side of the auditorium includes a music classroom wing with a Recital Hall seating up to 100 people, providing rehearsal space for Choate's major music ensembles.
The Cameron and Edward Lanphier Center for Mathematics and Computer Science, a LEED Gold- Certified facility designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, opened in March 2015. All mathematics classes are held in this state-of-the-art building. Designed to support hands-on learning, the facility fosters collaboration and creativity with spaces for students to work in teams. In addition, the building is home to Choate’s first purpose–built i.d.Lab© which serves as a catalyst for our curriculum. The Lanphier Center is home to Choate’s award winning Robotics Team.
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