Scott Center for Arts & Sciences


On Thursday, December 4, former St. Anne’s-Belfield School parent and Trustee James F. Scott was honored with the unveiling of the newly-renamed James F. Scott Center for Arts & Sciences on the Greenway Rise campus. The building was formally renamed by resolution of the School’s Board of Trustees in October, and will be informally known as the “Scott Center for Arts & Sciences.”

Mr. Scott was instrumental in the construction of the Middle School and Science Center in 1991, and played a leading role in shepherding the building from planning to opening in just two years. Following the Middle School’s relocation to the Belfield Campus, the building then became the Upper School’s Center for Arts & Sciences and today includes arts and sciences wings, the Office of College Counseling, and more.

Mr. Scott also played a major role in other faculty and academic initiatives on both the Greenway Rise and Belfield Campuses. For decades he has been a strong advocate for the School, as demonstrated through his consistent generosity, leadership, and service.

We are truly grateful for all that Mr. Scott has done for our School.

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