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Creative Sciences

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Bishop's Creative Sciences initiative serves as a think tank for transformative teaching and learning at The Bishop’s School, empowering faculty and students to be creative, innovative and collaborative as they face the challenges of the future with confidence and integrity. 

The creative sciences team supports creative, interdisciplinary hands-on learning for Bishop’s through faculty and student engagement and through the use of our community collaborative space, The Center for Creative Sciences. This exploratory space acts as a hub for technology and innovation, hosts classes, independent student projects, faculty professional development opportunities and impacts every department on campus. Our goal is to provide every upper school student the opportunity to experience The Center for Creative Sciences after gaining exposure throughout middle school. We have helped students and faculty with thousands of project submissions, including three-dimensional solar car parts, models of ancient European statues, the creation of conceptualized math problems, designing cookie cutters for ceramics and much more. 

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Bishop’s Creative Sciences initiative was made possible through a generous donation from the Wu Tsai family to support two endowed faculty positions currently held by Lani Keller, Ph.D. and Marcus Jaiclin, Ph.D.


Housed in the historic Wheeler Bailey building since 2018, The Center for Creative Sciences features three large workshop tables, 3D printers, a laser cutter and a CNC router available to help students design, make and innovate.