From our heritage building, Clydebank, to our newly created Mary Centre, our facilities are designed to provide a positive, conducive and contemporary learning environment, and enhance the experience of being a student at Ave Maria College.
The Mary Centre, with learning spaces that run over three levels, has a science and research hub with four indoor and an outdoor lab, an arts precinct with an open studio, gallery space and media / visual communications lab as well as five general learning spaces.
No longer an extension of teaching and learning, the digital classroom is the new normal at Ave Maria College, with technology now full integrated. All classrooms, students and staff are fully connected, with facilities and devices embedded in learning activities.
Learning drives the use of technology, rather that the other way round. The College intranet and Sharepoint platform allows for remote access, parent access, staff and student uploading and submission of work and student collaboration.
At the same time the College recognises the need for technology free zones and times, which allows for differing modes of learning and wellbeing.