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STEM Center

Grand Opening in 2019!

INVEST NOW, LEAVE A LEGACY

We still have more than $1 Million left to fundraise in order to reach our goal. You can take part by investing now in a room naming or donor wall opportunity, while leaving your family's legacy behind in this high-profile new facility that will serve Benjamin students for years to come.

                                     Naming Opportunities

  • Room Naming:  $200,000 or $250,000 if paid out over multiple years
                                        (only 4 AVAILABLE)
  • Second Floor Breezeway/Hallway:  $100,000 (NOT AVAILABLE)
  • Donor Wall Plaque (Large) in Ground Floor/Lobby: $50,000 (AVAILABLE)
  • Donor Wall Plaque (Small) in Ground Floor/Lobby: $25,000 (AVAILABLE)
To discuss a naming opportunity or another gift to the STEM Center,
please contact Chief Development Officer Juan Carlos Fanjul '93 at
JuanCarlos.Fanjul@TheBenjaminSchool.org or 561.472.3480.


MAGLIO FAMILY STEM CENTER

The international STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) movement is at the core of the 21st century skill set, encouraging students to understand that no body of knowledge exists in isolation. The Maglio Family STEM center will promote an integrated curriculum where these four important subject areas are presented in conjunction with each other. Already a focus for students in every grade level, STEM teaching strategies will have room to grow in an inquiry-based, collaborative, laboratory setting. The Berlin Family Foundation, led by grandparents Bill and Madeline Maglio, have contributed $2.5 million to begin making this truly one-of-a-kind facility a reality for students on our Lower/Middle School campus.

360 Video Experience: A “Fly-Through” of Our STEM Center




The Maglio Family STEM Center will provide the space and tools necessary to meet the needs of our constantly expanding curriculum.

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A premier PK3 - Grade 12 independent, coeducational day school with campuses in North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Since 1960, The Benjamin School has provided a challenging college preparatory education to a diverse student body in a structured, nurturing community environment.