The Hugh K. Schilling Math and Science Center is a state-of-the-art math, science, engineering, and computer science facility on SPA's Randolph Campus. Rooted in three years of academic planning and curriculum innovation, the Schilling Center houses all Upper School classes and faculty in math, science, computer science, robotics, and engineering. View photos of the Schilling Center.

The two-story facility, which opened in the fall of 2018, comprises almost 40,000 square feet of classroom, laboratory, and collaborative space, including 11 hybrid science laboratory and study spaces (an increase of five classrooms and 127% in square footage dedicated to the sciences, compared to prior science facilities); and 6 mathematics classrooms and a large "math commons" (an increase of two classrooms and 110% in square footage, compared to prior math facilities.

Construction on the Schilling Center began in the spring of 2017 with the demolition of the school's East Wing, and was completed in the late summer of 2018. The architect for the project is HGA Architects and Engineers, and the construction company is McGough Construction. SPA also partnered with HGA and McGough on the construction of the Huss Center for the Performing Arts in 2014-15. The Schilling Center is made possible by a $15 million gift to the school from alumnus Hugh K. Schilling '43, and is the first and signature piece of a comprehensive, multi-year interior renovation of SPA's Upper School. The school's capital campaign, Building Futures, is now underway to fully fund the project. Learn more about the Building Futures campaign

1150 Goodrich Avenue, St. Paul MN 55105
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1712 Randolph Avenue, St. Paul MN 55105
Main school line: 651-698-2451
Randolph attendance line: 651-696-1410
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