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Roxbury Latin School Roxbury, MA

Roxbury Latin, a private day school for boys in grades seven through twelve, is the oldest continuously operating independent school in North America. Founded by John Eliot, ‘Apostle to the Indians,’ in 1645, it was relocated to its current location in West Roxbury in 1927. Throughout 375 years of existence, the school has deliberately remained quite small: total enrollment rarely exceeds 300 students. In recent decades, the school has made a concerted effort to expand its campus, constructing new buildings to serve the growing needs of a modern student body.

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SSV principal Gerry Sullivan' experience at the school has been diverse, ranging from renovations and expansions of historic buildings to construction of entirely new facilities. Given the institution’s age and reputation, its leadership places much emphasis on maintaining a traditional aesthetic across all campus buildings while subtly integrating state-of-the-art educational technology throughout.

Gerald has provided design services for numerous projects at Roxbury Latin School, including the Charles T. Bauer Science Center (1996), the Albert H. Gordon Fieldhouse and Bernstein Tea Room (2000), and the F. Washington Jarvis Refectory (2002).

(Keefe Associates)

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