The Pilot School
The Pilot School originated in 1957, as an educational experiment. The experiment consisted of a class of five young boys, and two teachers meeting at the Christ Church Sunday School in Greenville, DE. The teachers created an innovative teaching program, which would be soon known as the successful “pilot” plan. Due to the great success of the “pilot” program, the Pilot School was established. Since the founding, there is over 160 students, and 50 faculty members. The school was founded on providing a customized educational experience for children with language-based learning problems.
provided the MEP engineering design for the new $34M, 88,000 SF PK-8 private school serving approximately 160 students. The school includes 24 classrooms, full size gymnasium, auxiliary gymnasium, indoor heated pool, library, cafeteria, administrative offices, science lab, computer lab, art/music rooms, counseling rooms, physical therapy room, and occupational therapy room.
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