Silver Spring-based Siena School enters a new era

The Siena School, of Silver Spring, a school for bright, college-bound students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, is celebrating the opening of a new building, marking the completion of a multimillion-dollar, seven-month renovation that gives it more than twice the space of its former building.

The renovated structure, the former Boys and Girls Club of Silver Spring, features a full-sized gymnasium, two art rooms, a photography darkroom, a science lab, outdoor playing fields and a playground. The school currently has 80 students in grades 4-12, and anticipates growing to 110 students, with expansion potential up to 225 youngsters.

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