The private school's new building is more than twice the size of its former facility, according to a statement from the school.
After seven months of renovations at its new location in Silver Spring, The Siena School celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday. The new building at 1300 Forest Glen Road is more than double the size of Siena’s old facility on Georgia Avenue, according to a statement from the school. The Siena School, a private 4th to 12th grade school established in 2006 for students with mild to moderate learning disabilities, purchased the building from the Boys and Girls Club last July, completing a two-year process. Before moving to Forest Glen Road, the school leased space from the Montgomery Hills Baptist Church.