"This is a game-changer for Feehan," says the principal of Massachusetts' Bishop Feehan High School.
That's because the Catholic school's new $13 million Innovation & Arts Center opened to the public Saturday, complete with a ribbon-cutting and blessing ceremony, reports MassLive.
The center houses the school's robotics, engineering, eSports, and computer science programs, as well as its theater program, reports the Boston Globe.
"Our innovation courses and clubslike computer science, engineering, eSports, and roboticshave been growing quickly for years," says the Feehan principal.
"And now we have the learning spaces that match the enthusiasm and the growing demand."
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