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Our Campus

Innovation Lab, Makerspace, Design Studio, Library, Think Tank & More

Leonardo da Vinci said, “It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”

At Inly, not only do we teach our students to be the leaders in “happening to things,” we model that as well. Our new building project is a testament to our entire community coming together to build the future for our children. It’s a future that they will make happen, through the foundation we are creating for them.

With the InlyNext Building Project, Inly now has:

• Over 14,000 sq. feet of new space. 

Six new classrooms, providing flexibly designed learning environments to support our innovative curriculum. 

• New library featuring collaborative spaces, meeting rooms, and opportunities for dynamic learning. 

• The da Vinci Studio, an innovation lab which has become a central location for robotics, 3D printing, and digital video creation.

• The Digital Lab and Design Studio provides exploration of architecture, graphic design, digital design, and photography techniques and ideas. 

• Think Tank with whiteboards for students to imagine, draw, and invent.

The Completed Building

21st Century Learning

Innovation in Practice
Inly’s da Vinci Studio is a place where critical and creative thinking come to life.

Cultivating Creative Thinking at School and at Home
A conversation with Paul Reynolds and Peter H. Reynolds, authors, makers and visionary leaders of FableVision.

By Kristi Funderburk, Cohasset Mariner
A quiet room for thinking, a place where writing on the walls is welcome, nooks where learners can take a break from their regular schedule—the newest building on the Inly campus is ready to expand the learning potential for the school's 280 students.

Print and Digital Find the Perfect Home
Inly’s new innovation hub is officially unveiled.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt said, “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build the youth for our future.” This is the imperative for schools in this century.

News: Innovation in Action

Inly School Builds for the Future with New Project / Scituate Mariner, Wicked Local Scituate

Feb. 13, 2016, Scituate MA – The two-story, 15,000-square-foot building—designed to resemble a round wooden barn fitting in with the look of the school’s Scituate campus—will offer state-of-the-art technology not often found at a school where the students are toddlers through eighth-graders.

“This is really cutting edge material for kids,” Milani Luther said. “It’s about preparing them for the world they will be going out into. This is what kids will be facing.” [read more]

Inly School Breaks Ground for Expansion /
Scituate Mariner, Wicked Local Scituate

Aug. 15, 2015, Scituate, MA – Inly families, past and present, along with faculty and staff, gathered for demolition day and the kick-off of the new 14,000-square-foot building project, which will house an Innovation Center, Da Vinci Studio and Think Tank, along with a new library featuring collaborative spaces and meeting rooms, in addition to six new classrooms. [read more]

Inly School

46 Watch Hill Drive | Scituate, MA 02066
Tel: 781-545-5544 | Fax: 781-545-6522
Welcome to Inly, a private, independent Montessori school with innovative programs that inspire toddlers, preschool and K-8 students to become independent, lifelong learners. Our inviting community draws students from 20 towns on the South Shore of Boston,
including Scituate, Cohasset, Hingham, Norwell, Hanover, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth and Hull.
Inly School admits students of any race, color, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, and without regard to disability, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.