ACS Beirut is modernizing and expanding our facilities with the intention of being the finest co-educational university-preparatory school in the Middle East. This requires the generous support of parents, alumni, and friends of the school. An array of new or renewed facilities at ACS can be named as well, either after the donor or in memory of a loved one. ACS will honor the legacy of the donor’s family or a specific individual, corporation, and organization by attaching the name to the physical location on campus.
The playground will be a happy green space for playing, learning, and exploring and will provide the ideal environment for student self-development.
The science lab classroom provides students with the optimal environment to learn and explore, encouraging growth and investment in science.
Naming a bench is a wonderful way to commemorate or honor the memory of a loved one.
Our classrooms create experiential learning environments and enhance student engagement and learning.
The Faculty Building is part of an ambitious plan to renovate, rehabilitate, and modernize ACS facilities with state-of-the-art technology to compete for the 21st Century.
The renovation of different outdoor areas will reflect the ACS brand and construct a centralized hub for the faculty, staff, and students’ administrative support.
By naming a gate, you become a part of ACS’s legacy for generations to come. The gates serve as points of entry, welcoming all students, parents, faculty/staff, suppliers and other community members to the ACS Campus.
Natural playgrounds stimulate a child’s imagination, boosts their energy levels, and increases their interest in play considerably. Natural playgrounds are beautiful, serene spaces that encourage fun, safe interactions and creativity. They help children appreciate nature and learn about their environment.
The High School Roof Terrace is a very popular ACS space among high school students, faculty, and staff.
ACS Beirut developed a one-of-a-kind nature playground which revolves entirely around the theme of “Nature”, and is composed entirely of natural elements.
The project is part of ACS Green Campus Roadmap to reduce the school’s carbon footprint by 20% by 2020.
Having an energy efficient air conditioning system, and insulating the HVAC system, not only lowers the school’s energy bill but also reduces our carbon footprint on the environment.
Renovating the Lower School boiler room and chimney will have a monumental, long-lasting impact on the overall safety, efficiency, and environmental sustainability of the ACS boiler system.
The project consists of replacing outdated fire alarms and installing an emergency lighting system. A functioning fire safety and detection system is vital to the health and safety of our school and community.