New STEM Center
San Marin High School’s new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Center is a modern facility to match its robust curriculum and programming.
The STEM Center replaces four portable classrooms with 10 new classroom and laboratory spaces, including a positive pressure clean room. Designed for collaborative learning, the STEM Center also provides indoor and outdoor student break-out spaces, demonstration areas and staff support space. The new facility is home to STEM Marin, the school’s magnet science program with tracks for engineering, biotechnology and comprehensive studies.
The new building is solar ready and incorporates many sustainable features, including natural daylighting and ventilation, low-flow plumbing fixtures, energy efficient lighting and mechanical systems, as well as drought tolerant landscaping.