Over the last several years, the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
has emerged as a state-of-the art educational facility where students
can access the very best of what Cambridge has to offer.
notably in September 2010, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School unveiled
the completed first phase of a $112 million major renovation that began
with a beautiful new Arts Building, a fitting home to our
nationally-recognized theater arts program.
As the Summer of
2011 comes to a close, final renovations are completely transforming
CRLS’s remaining library and instructional space. Supported by a major
technology collaboration with Harvard University and contributions from
Raytheon BBN Technologies and Cisco, CRLS will offer students access to
leading-edge technology in every classroom. Our outdated cafeteria will
be replaced with a food court offering inexpensive, teen-friendly meals
including a wrap station and salad bar.
the project is completed in September 2011, Cambridge public high
school students will study and learn in a technologically advanced and
state of the art facility designed to achieve a LEED silver designation.
also benefit from the lasting quality of a 2001 renovation of the
Rindge School of Technical Arts space, and 2008 renovation of our
swimming and athletic facilities at the War Memorial Building. Right
next door, students will be able to unwind after school inside the
Cambridge Public Library teen center, or browse the city’s extensive
collection inside a building that the Boston Society of Architects
recently named the the “Single Most
Beautiful Building” built in
metropolitan Boston area in the past 10 years.
CRLS campus will provide a rich and stimulating environment in which
students will have the tools they need to discover their voice and
unlock their full potential.
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