McQuaid Shows Off New and Expanded Facilities
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Administrators at the McQuaid Jesuit in Brighton showed off new renovations Wednesday.
The school added a brand new cafeteria, part of an additional 6,000 square feet of space.
McQuaid added a 6th grade to its 7 through 12 curriculum this fall, so the school needed to expand to handle 53 new sixth graders.
"In order to do this, we had to add the the six additional classrooms because we simply did not have the space. We're very fortunate that with the additional space we have the flexibility that allows us to bring the sixth graders in," said Father Edward Salmon, McQuaid president.
The renovations give administrators the ability to locate middle schoolers in a physical space away from the older high schoolers.
The project was funded by benefactors, friends, and alumni of McQuaid Jesuit.