Nothing is more signature Trevor than our common areas. Trevor's student-centered common spaces engender exceptionally close and kinetic student-to-teacher, student-to-student, and teacher-to-teacher relationships, and consistently expose students to the dynamism of innovative thinking. Within these shared spaces, students further navigate the curriculum outside of the classroom, while developing the self-confidence, original perspective, and perseverance to thrive in any idea-rich arena.
In the Upper School Center, student workspaces span two floors and are surrounded by the desks of the Upper School faculty. The Center creates a learning space where students can readily meet with teachers and advisors, collaborate with classmates, and work during their discretionary periods. The Science Center, the Middle School Common Room, and 5th-Grade Common Room all foster the same collaborative approach, with easy access to partner with teachers and peers in a community-driven space.