Let’s turn this ugly duckling into  beautiful swan!

Clarendon College Physics Laboratory Project

Current physical state of the Physics lab (interior and exterior)

physics laboratory - before

Physics Laboratory - interior architect rendering

clarendon college physics laboratory - humble beginnings

physics laboratory - after

Physics Laboratory - exterior architect rendering

The physics lab is very old. Long ago it was central to the life of the school, being one of three buildings in the middle of the campus. Many students have passed through its doors and some have gone on to great things, with one having been nominated for a Nobel Prize in 1998. For headmaster C.L. Stuart, whose vision it was to have Physics taught at the school and who saw the need to have a fully functioning laboratory in which to teach it, we cannot drop the ball and leave the building the way it is until someone gets tired of the eyesore and tears it down. We are sure that, with your help and good wishes, the building will be refurbished and returned to its former glory, to be re-dedicated at the 75th Anniversary Celebration on the campus in July of next year. 

The entire student body in front of the Physics Lab, 1956