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Lee Meriwether STEAM Center

Kentucky Country Day, Louisville, Kentucky

The Lee Meriwether STEAM Academic Center is the new primary entrance and focal point of Kentucky Country Day’s campus.


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The Meriwether STEAM Academic Center is the central hub for interdisciplinary learning for Kentucky Country Day School (KCD) students.  As part of a three-phase renovation and expansion plan, KCD has expanded the main building with two new additions on its 74.5-acre campus.

With nearly 20,000 added square feet of space, the new building is home to its Upper and Middle School design and fabrication lab, lower school maker space, classrooms for computer science, middle school art and lower school science, administrative offices, and a new spirit store.

The Meriwether STEAM Center features large, flexible spaces for inter-active and inter-disciplinary teaching and learning. The new three-story STEAM Center addition includes a classroom alongside a large, flexible common area space for collaborative learning and student life. Located east of the facility’s current main entrance, the STEAM Academic Center is a new primary entrance and focal point of the campus, showcasing student work.

The renovation of the JK-8 building, which is the main building on campus — home to KCD’s Lower School (junior kindergarten through fourth grades) now features a new entrance and welcoming area and renovated classrooms into large, flexible learning spaces.